About food

September 5, 2006 9:13am CST
Was the first man vegetarian or carnivore??
9 responses
@jricbt (1455)
• Brazil
8 Jan 07
First who do you think that was the first man? From a evolutionary point of view I would say that the first humans were omnivores.
@jesusica (38)
• United States
8 Jan 07
it probably depends on what world view you're coming from. i think in the judeo-christian narrative, where adam was the first man in the garden of eden, that he was a vegetarian. god gave adam and eve dominion over the plants of the earth for food. and it was not until later in the narrative (actually after the fall or the introduction of sin) that god tells adam and eve that their dominion over animals is also for food.
• United States
6 Jan 07
• United States
25 Dec 06
• India
17 Dec 06
I'm a meat eater, because veg tastes like crap to me. And I don't give a flying crap about my health.
@ichurn (611)
• Philippines
31 Oct 06
Vegetarian. People started eating animals because of degradation of the intellect. I promote vegetarianism. ^^
@Mwanza1 (345)
• Kenya
15 Sep 06
@crixti (223)
• Romania
13 Sep 06
If you believe in creation theory he was vegetarian. If not, he ate animals too..
• Philippines
11 Sep 06
The first man was a vegetarian. About the food that he ate it was fruits... they were actually two, Adam and Eve in the garden of eden.