It's what's for dinner- in the US, anyway, as shown in this blog post from the Center for Global Development. Do we really eat more meat than the Brazilians, home of Fogo de Chao and churrasco? If so, who's eating all that? 220 pounds per year for every person person, including babies and old people? Seriously? Basically 2-3 quarter pounders per person, every day? And that means that for people who never eat meat, there are people who eat that person's 3 burgers every day as well, right? Man.