T’ain’t the meat, it’s the inhumanity as animal rights prexy wants to immortalize serial killer’s charnel house as vegan restaurant!

The childhood Ohio home of infamous cannibal serial killer may be a tasty eats place of PETA gets its way.

In a letter last week, PETA president Ingrid Newkirk inquired of a real estate brokert about the Bath Township home of Dahmer, proposing to make it a restaurant “to respond to the past with something positive,” the Akron Beacon Journal reported.

Newkirk compared the heinous way in which animals are slaughtered to the way Dahmer killed the 17 vics he was convicted of killing.

“We are always looking forward to ways to draw attention to the violence inherent in the production of meat, eggs and milk — which involve processes that would shock all but the most hard-hearted person,” Newkirk wrote, according to the newspaper.

“Dahmer’s old house gives us a way to evoke sympathy for these victims and to suggest that a life-affirming diet can change everything.”

The 2,000-square-foot home on the outskirts of Akron, Ohio  — where Dahmer killed the first of his victims in 1978 — has been on the market since March.

But it’s going to be a long and hard fought battle before the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals get to make the charnel house a restaurant.

Bill Funk the township’s zoning inspector said, “I think they’d have A LOT of hurdles to jump.”