That's fine, just be mindful it doesn't verge on proselytizing.
From a Theravada perspective, the facts are:
- The Buddha did not refuse meat offerings to himself or the Sangha (it would appear the Buddha ate meat but the suttas are hardly a dietary log)
- The Buddha spoke out about the killing of sentient beings, not the eating of meat
- The Buddha did not advocate vegetarianism and spoke out against Devadatta when he wanted to impose it upon the Sangha
It's all very well to speculate on what the Buddha would do in this day and age, with environmental concerns and global economies such as they are, but they are simply that... speculations. The above however, demonstrates that the meat/vegetarian debate is not central to the critical problem of dukkha, as it was defined by the Buddha in the suttas.