No we are not cows, but primates are mostly vegetarian.......
All primates may eat insects, leaves, nuts, seeds, plant gums or fluids, and fruits. But each primate may have a food preference. The indri prefers young plants and leaves, fruit, and seeds. The aye-aye eats fruit and insect larvae (LAR-vee), or young. The blue monkey eats fruits, leaves, and slow-moving insects, as well as occasional birds and small animals. http://animals.jrank.org/pages/2923/Primates-Primates.html
"the closest living relatives of humans, the great apes, all eat plant-based diets. The common ancestor giving rise both to apes and humans is likewise believed to have been primarily plant-eating. All humans and apes have the same basic digestive tract—a simple acid stomach, a small intestine, a tiny cecum, and a sacculated (folded) large intestine (or colon)".................. http://www.enotes.com/food-encyclopedia/animals-primate-diets
Not that this will do you any good, but consider the following............
#1. A carnivores teeth are long, sharp, and pointed----ALL of them. We have molars for crushing and grinding.
#2. A carnivores jaw moves up and down ONLY, for tearing and biting. Ours move from side to side for grinding.
#3. A carnivores saliva is acid and geared to the digestion of animal protein; it lacks ptyalin, a chemical that digests starches. Our saliva is alkaline and contains ptyalin for the digestion of starch.
#4. A carnivores stomach is a simple round sack that secretes ten times more hydrochloric acid than that of a non-carnivore. Our stomachs are oblong in shape, complicated in structure, and convoluted with a duodenum.
#5. A carnivores intestines are three times the length of its trunk, designed for rapid expulsion of food-stuff, which quickly rots. Our intestines are twelve times the length of our trunks and designed to keep food in them until all nutrients are extracted.
#6. The Liver of a carnivore is capable of eliminating ten to fifteen times more uric acid than the Liver of a non-carnivore. Our Livers have the capacity to eliminate only a small amount of uric acid. Uric acid is an extremely dangerous toxic substance that can wreak havoc in your body. ALL meat consumption releases LARGE quantities of uric acid into the system.
Unlike carnivores and most omnivores, humans DO NOT have the enzyme "uricase" to break down uric acid.
#7. A carnivore does not sweat through the skin and have pores.
#8. A carnivores urine is acid. Ours is alkaline.
#9. A carnivores tongue is rough. Ours is smooth. Our hands are perfectly designed for plucking fruit from a tree, not for tearing the guts out of the carcass of a dead animal as are a carnivore's claws.
There is not one anatomical faculty the human being has that would indicate that it is equipped for tearing, ripping, and rending flesh for consumption.
I would rather you refrain from your condescending and patronizing comment/s that "Chris needs some meat".