Let's say that Vegetarianism is banned in my country and meat eating is mandatory. The technology is modern. Stuff like Tofu, Quorn and other things that can make vegetarianism more popular are banned and considered contraband drugs.
The punishments are the following (but differ by region, sometimes being harsher):
- practicing vegetarianism on purpose - flogging, imprisonment, brainwashing, death
- practicing veganism (no milk and eggs either) - life imprisonment, brainwashing, death
- converting others to vegetarianism/veganism - death
- forcing others to be vegetarian/vegan (especially children) - death
- tofu contraband - death
My question is how to enforce the ban effectively, both at home and in restaurants. Technology is modern, so no magic survelliance nanobots.
Do I have to have a "food police" which comes to various homes once in a week or so and inspects the dinner (of course including taste control, so nothing is left for the people to be controlled)? Survelliance cameras in restaurants connected to police stations? Only allowing restaurants to be located in specially constructed buildings with meat broth bombs? Having chemical sensors in restaurants which can smell even the lowest concentrations of tofu?
NOTE: The consumption of vegetables is NOT banned, it is even encouraged to eat some pesky green stuff with your lamb chops. For breakfast, you can eat stuff like salami or sausages. For the purposes of this question, "vegetarianism" means intentional abstention from meat for more than 3 days.