Lord Krishna did not eat meat- he promoted sattvic food in gita
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āyuḥ-sattva-balārogya-sukha-prīti-vivardhanāḥ rasyāḥ snigdhāḥ sthirā
hṛidyā āhārāḥ sāttvika-priyāḥ
āyuḥ sattva—which promote
longevity; bala—strength; ārogya—health; sukha—happiness; prīti—satisfaction; vivardhanāḥ—increase; rasyāḥ—juicy; snigdhāḥ—succulent; sthirāḥ—nourishing; hṛidyāḥ—pleasing
to the heart; āhārāḥ—food; sāttvika-priyāḥ—dear to those in the mode
BG 17.8: Persons in the mode of goodness prefer foods that promote the
life span, and increase virtue, strength, health, happiness, and
satisfaction. Such foods are juicy, succulent, nourishing, and
Also its a wrong interpretation that Lord Krishna ate meat because he was kshatriya, he grew up in cow herder family, most cow herder families in North India are primarily vegeterian, neither Mahabharata or bhagvatam mention anything about Krishna pataking in meat,
I can't even believe that rama ate meat too, the references to meat in ramayana are very few and almost all of them are indirect references nowhere it is mentioned that he ate meat explicitly.
Lord Vishnu represent sattva, one can't fathom that he can take part in meat.