This is an observation, not a strongly held belief of mine...I do not want to have a religious debate in my blog area, though I will welcome comments...and critism of my interpretations only if the poster has actually read the sources I am commenting on.
Iif Jesus was raised by the Essene, and they were raw food devotès that also were forbidden to eat from below ground level (onion, ginger, garlic, carrot) that does not specify fruitarian. If they ate dairy, it follows that it was likely that Jesus was a raw foodist that ate limited dairy until he left the sect at about age 13.
Just because he was raised raw foodist does not extrapolate out that he remained so. My guess is that he remained lacto-vegetarian (pure surmise, nothing to support my premise).
People tend to eat to their level of spirituality (my personal observation over more than 4 decades of being an observative adult). Increase in spirituality tends to raise diet towards vegetarian. Increase towards vegetarian tends to increase spirituality, though overdoing either does not FORCE the other--but is likely to collapse tthe continuity of that leapfrog progress of growth. This reference applies to MANY religions, not just Christianity.
Food, objects, thought, intent as well as light and dark are vibrations (science, not religion).
If Jesus were vegetarian, he likely multiplied the loaves and fishes with vibrational equivalents, not actually magically killing more fish to feed the masses.
If you were to win a radio contest that was to deliver a dozen meals to your place of business to feed the twelve employees there, and when the meals arrived, there were 9 meat meals and 3 vegetarian meals, would you toss the 9 down the disposal and insist that all share the meager three meals? That smacks of an ugliness, a "holier than thou" attitude, is vulgar and arrogant.
This particular line of thought outlined in this blog is my interpretation of "Essene Gospel of Peace" of which I read all the books in that series about 35 years ago, (and they still inspire me from only that one reading). I am DEFINITELY not Christian or of any religion (nor comfortably atheist).