As a wanna-be anthropologist I have researched many many tribes and with greater confidence (if there are other anthropologists here, I would welcome any correction) I can say - women always get less meat/fish/animal protein than men in indigenous people.
I know, I know, it is not a reenactment. It is just pure logic. In every single one of these tribes there is a gender division when it comes to sharing work load. Men hunt, women gather. In some tribes women are allowed to participate in hunting activities, in some tribes it is a taboo. In some tribes men gather as well, but women still bring up to 80% of daily food on the table by gathering.
So... men get a greater share of meat. Women had scraps or whatever is left over from the guys. Just something to think about. (Before you call me a sexist - remember, I am a girl too!)
Also, in all traditional cultures, especially agricultural, there is a believe that men require more meat to maintain their strength and virility.
It does not mean that men should eat meat all day long - that's why lents were "conveniently invented" but, according to many different cultures, men need more food and more meat than women and are encouraged to do so.
Growing up I saw that my dad always was given the best piece of meat where the children would always get the best fruit.
I believe I need to explain this further because some uber-civilized American readers will not understand the context under which it happened. He DID NOT TAKE the best piece of meat. The women of the family would always LEAVE THE BEST piece of meat for him The explanation that I heard was: "Guys need to eat more meat, they do harder work." Which is true for traditional cultures. My father was expected to move heavy furniture (very heavy, I must say), plow the field, uproot tree stumps, carry the logs, chop the wood (starting with logs, without any chain saw, using only an ax and a hand saw), etc. He always carried heavy loads where the women were not allowed to carry anything heavy. If a girl picks up anything that looks a little bit heavy, a man in the family supposed to take it from her hands and say something like, "This is too heavy for you, I will take it." My father never allowed me to carry anything. He would always carry any bags that were in my hands. I wonder if you have ever experienced that.
I have just remembered reading some research that a plate of meat in front of men calms them down. You can google it. The funny caveat about the research is that it calms down vegetarians too, and the guy who actually did the research was a vegetarian himself. So, here is a piece of advice from him - if guys start to quarrel - make a big juicy steak for them, enough for a pride of lions!
And, just a reminder - women and men are not created... the same. Equality does not mean the same needs. We are very very different - our brains function differently, because our biology is quite different.