Up until I went Vegan 3 months ago or so, I LOVE meat that was A) bloody, and B) boney. I loved the meat, the bones, the skin, and even some of the fat. I always called myself a big time carnivore.
Chicken wings were one of favorite, and my Mom and I used to fight over the turkey wing and skin each year. I never had an issue with eating me until I really opened my eyes this last year to what is going on..I gues that it is because I grew up on a farm, and really understood the raising and killing thing. Also, my stepdad was an avid hunter, so we also ate all kinds of game. We had "rabbit" beagles that would help them hunt rabbits (which we ate), there were tons of deer on our property (which we ate), we had a huge spring fed pond that would be layover for Canadian geese each year (which we ate), and my stepdad had a bunch of coon hounds that they would use to hunt raccoons with each year (which, yes, we ate).
I love the taste of meat, although for many years now I haven't liked chicken because it generally tasted dirty to me (except the wings, of course).
My meat eating days are over. I am not like many of you....I still salivate when I smell meat cooking - almost any kind of meat. But I know that I can no longer be a part of the systemic torture of animals.
I'm not sure what I would do if I was able to get real game (not the ones lured to an area with feed, or kept in pastures for hunters to kill). I don't have a basic objection to eating meat at all. My objection is the torture and mistreatment of the animals themselves.
The hardest thing for me, right now, is to be at a small party where there is meat being served. If I really have a problem, though, I just think of the "Meet Your Meat" (I wasn't able to watch much of it, to be honest), and I know that it is somewhat of a sacrifice for me, but it is nothing like the way that we sacrifice the dignity and well being of the animals on this planet.