What is the ideal meat-to-non-meat ratio?
Or, what is the ideal meat-to-vegetable ratio?
In other words: It's unclear to me if, according to our paleo worldview, I should eat 90% meat (including offal, bone, etc) and then 5% vegetables, 3% nuts and 2% berries? Or 30% meat, 55% vegetables, 5% nuts and 10% fruit? Etc etc (I just made up these numbers now as examples.)
This suggests a related question: for me, at least, meat and (non-starchy) vegetables are the vast bulk of what I eat. Not only am I unclear of how much of each to eat - but I'm unclear on how much of what else (nuts and berries for example) to eat, too!
Of course, some paleo genius is going to ask: what do these % mean? by weight? by size? by psychological space? etc. You can define it how you wish in the answer. Maybe the answer to my question isn't even a definitive %; it's more general guidance on how to proportion or ratio the different servings as compared to each other.
Clarification: there might be a meta-rule involved here; what would even be helpful would be general broad strokes ("mostly meat, with a touch of this" or "mostly vegetables with meat once every few days" etc)