Do any humans in the Star Wars Galaxy eat meat? In the films at least there are a few scenes of people eating but it only seems to be fruits or veg. Jabba eats a frog type thing and Chewie smells the meat the Ewoks leave out as a trap but no humans seem to eat any non-veggie stuff.
I accepted, and an afternoon of trading stories about the desert extended into a dinner of room-service pahzik meat, which was in my opinion tastier than nerf and a significant point in Kupoh’s favor.
“I don’t think Ransolm’s starting a trend,” she said drily as she tried to eat her dinner without getting it all over herself. Han had brought back Bilbringi food, cheesy meat pies with peppers; she liked Bilbringi, though not quite as much as he did. Tonight, though, it hit the spot. Maybe she shouldn’t be so worried about making messes.
As one, they raced forward. Han grabbed an entire meat pie in his hands and bit off a huge chunk. “Ow!” he said around a mouthful. “Sthill thoo hoth!” He kept chewing anyway.
The soup-soof wasn’t the worst thing she’d ever eaten, but it was close. She’d take mystery meat from Saw’s cabinet any day over the oddly textured pillow of squishy saltiness that coated her tongue with a strange, fatty aftertaste.
“Makes sense.” FN-2187 used the corner of a chunk of mealbread to wipe up the last of the cream on his plate. The meal, like so many others, hadn’t been designed for flavor as much as efficiency—slivers of overcooked meat in a numian sauce that tasted more like chalk than anything else. But it was filling and provided energy, and that was the point.
First thing in the morning, Rey broke the seal on one of the quick-meals and ate, what was to her, some of the finest food she’d ever enjoyed. She had no idea what it was, but there was actual meat product and a sauce that was sweet and tangy at the same time and something she thought might be nuts, which popped between her teeth with a satisfying snap.
His hunger partially staved by dried meat almost too tough to swallow, Wilhuff was beginning to have serious misgivings, though he refused to let them be known.
Chirrut and Baze
Chirrut just shook his head. Baze went quiet, finished preparing their meal, then set the bowl down in front of Chirrut before sitting heavily opposite him to dig into his own. Chirrut ate, chewing slowly. It was a noodle stew, with cut-up chunks of one of the many species of worms that lived in the sands, for added protein.
To find instances of the Jedi/Sith eating meat we have to delve into the weird and wacky "Legends"
“You appear to be enjoying the steak, Ambassador Palpatine.”
“Exquisite,” he said, holding her gaze for a fraction longer than might have been called for.
Luke SkyWalker kills a large fish in The Last Jedi, presumably for dinner.
In Empire Strikes Back, I always thought that Yoda was eating some kind of meat that Luke brought with him to Dagobah. Luke had a box of food, and Yoda stole what looks like a sausage or a fish stick.
Here's a clip, see around timestamp 1:22 for Yoda eating the food.
When I read this question, a quote from ESB of Princess Leia Organa to Han Solo comes to my mind:
"Why, you low-down, stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf-herder…"
So, the nerfs are animals for meat production. I'm pretty sure I read about them first in the Republic Commando books, maybe somebody can quote something about nerfs. To come back to my main point, even in Star Wars there exists a mass production of meat, with nerf herders on different planets.