I'm thinking of getting my household back to total vegetarian eating though. Right now I'd guess we're at 70% meatless.
Reasons to go meatless (or more meatless)...
For health - vegetarians have lower rates of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke and some cancers. Less meat can lower your body weight and cholesterol.
Meat farms and meat production amount to an insane amount of resources. Such as growing grains for feed - you need seven tons of grains to produce one ton of beef.
Animal waste produced and cleared land for grazing also takes its toll on the planet, as does packaging and shipping of meat.
So is your household total veggie, partially veggie, or big on meat - and why?