I was merely pointing out your absurd assertion that humans eating meat was undigestedible.
I backed up my point with the facts that billions of hamburgers(cow meat) are sold by McDonalds each year. If meat was undigestible by humans there is no way in heaven they could sell billions of a product that humans could not use. The market forces dictate what sells and doesn't. If people like something they buy it. The fact is people love meat. It will take many generations to change that thinking.
I think maybe what is behind some of the responses to my assertion is, Jealousy! Many vegans are jealous of meat eaters. They wish they could also eat a juicy char-broiled hamburger. Is there anything tastier than a well prepared burger? And the smell alone causes salivary glands to explode.
I stopped eating meat over 10 years ago. Why? Because I have educated myself to the truth of meat eating and I want to live to 250. However, it is wrong to dictate what other people can or can't eat. People have to learn for themselves.
Furthermore, I loath those in the 'vegan' lifestyle who make it their mission in life to dictate to others. If I want to drive an SUV or a Humvee, it is my choice. If I want to own a gun, to hell with you. I dare you to come and take it. Why is it those on the vegan side are almost always 'liberals' who find it there mission to tell others what to do? Tell them that abortion is wrong and look out.
You know what your problem is, You're jealous of others enjoying their lives, eating meat. Life is so very short, if a human wants to enjoy a grilled steak, let them it's their choice.