A full month’s diet plan would be a better illustration, given that the daily ration of red meat stands at 7g (with an allowable range of 0-14g); unless you are creative enough to make a small steak feed two football sides and their subs, you will only be eating one once a month. Similarly, you are allocated little more than two chicken breast fillets and three eggs every fortnight and two tins of tuna or 1.5 salmon fillets a week. Per day, you get 250g of full-fat milk products (milk, butter, yoghurt, cheese): the average splash of milk in not very milky tea is 30g.
And then you fill up on beans.
One interesting problem here being that if we don’t eat meat, consume diary, then we can’t even have the beans. Because there is this insistence upon going organic, not using artificial fertilisers. The problem there being if we’ve not got the animals we’ve not got any shit to put on the fields…..that is, the recommended diet doesn’t make internal sense.