Meat, I’ve seen arguments on this - and points can be made on either side of the debate. We have a longer digestive system than many pure carnivores, leading some to say we’re most properly herbivores. We have binocular vision, like many carnivores, point to the carnivorous-advocators. This goes on and on, and there’s often a lot of cherry-picking on both sides.
We’ve been omnivores, over all, for a long time. I’ve always liked meat; would eat all the fat on pork chops, eat that delicious little cylinder of stuff inside the bone, etc. You get some really fatty cuts of prime rib, sometimes, with bite-sized or larger pieces of pure fat, ah, that’s good stuff. I like my asparagus, too. Decades ago, just messing around, I ate a large quantity of pure wheat bran, then later went to the gym. Mistake, the gas was like something from a horror movie.
Not disputing evolution here, but if we have really evolved from near-ape ancestors, could you explain the appearance of some of my co-workers?