Was God’s allowing us to eat meat after the Fall a concession to our weakness/desires rather than something He was directly in favor of/blessed?
I mean, after all, He did do this after the Fall.
Also, there is a tradition (apparently?) preserved in the Book of Enoch saying something like the Giants “harmed animals” which may be an allusion to their beginning to kill/maim them for meat. Even though this book is non-canonical (except, apparently, in Ethiopian Catholicism), it may still contain some traditions that were accurately preserved. And, indeed, even though this may have been left out of the Genesis account, the Hebrews may have had this tradition (at least at the time of its writing?) either orally or from some written source(s) so that it didn’t need to be included there because it was already understood.
Is there any reason to believe that God just might have allowed our consumption of meat as a concession rather than truly desiring it in the first place? Is such an understanding at all correct theology? Are such concessions to our weakness/desires possible? Why or why not? Could you cite examples of why or why not in either case?
Furthermore, is there any document (particularly an infallible one) that directly indicates that eating meat is NOT a sin/is NOT a concession by God/that God directly blessed it?