It feels like a bad joke that an overproduction of cow flatulence could cause irreversible harm to the environment, but scientists say that it’s true .
I’ve given up burgers for food safety reasons. And I usually “only” eat red meat two or three times a month.
Unfortunately, American consumption of meat is at an all-time high.
According to data published by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), consumers are expected to eat 222.2 pounds (100.8 kilo) of red meat and poultry this year, up from 216.9 pounds per person in 2017. That will surpass the previous record of 221.9 pounds per person, set in 2004. 
I guess the better poll question to ask is
How many vegetarian meals do you eat in a typical week?
For me, breakfasts are 7/7. Lunches are 0/7. And suppers are usually 3/7.
 Cow Farts Have ‘Larger Greenhouse Gas Impact’ Than Previously Thought, International Business Times https://www.ibtimes.com/cow-farts-have-larger-greenhouse-gas-impact-previously-thought-methane-pushes-climate-change-1487502
 American will consume a record amount of meat in 2018 https://www.globalagriculture.org/whats-new/news/en/32921.html