Almost nothing annoys me more than a self-righteous vegan for whom it's like a religion that they can't keep to themselves. Regular vegans, minus the self-righteousness, are fine. I know plenty of those and I like them and I'll cook vegan for them when they visit me and talk to them about what it's like to be a vegan. But I have no desire to be one, or even a vegetarian. I eat everything in moderation and plan to keep on doing so. As long as people don't push their diet dogma on me, we'll be fine.
I subscribe to a produce delivery service and all the meat/dairy/eggs I buy are from small local sustainable farms. We don't actually eat that much meat (we do salmon once or twice a week, chicken once a week, and beef or bison maybe every other week) but we do eat eggs and dairy on a daily basis. Eggs are kind of a perfect food, IMO. Great source of protein, and can be cooked in so many ways. Daily consumption of eggs can lower blood pressure (I was put on a high-egg diet at the end of one of my pregnancies when my blood pressure began to rise, and it came down to acceptable levels within a few days), and the old argument about the cholesterol in eggs has been upended (they can make a bad diet worse or a good diet better, basically-- good diet defined as one with adequate protein and reasonable levels of grains and carbohydrates).