I try to read it once a year. There's a lot to be learned from a human perspective in terms of the morals and the arguments it raises. A person doesn't have to be a Hindophile to glean something meaningful from the text.
Is what Raamchandra said dhuri ki Bani/shabad Guru/Gurbani? No, not in the slightest. Even bhai gurdas ji Vaar are accepted because Guru sahib gave them the title, key of Gurbani. And bhai Sahib wasn't sent by Vaheguru with powers and the mission to spread Vaheguru name. Raamchandra was and he miserably failed. Guru Sahib didn't give Raamchadr saying any importance. Dasam Bani addresses his behavior and corrects what they said and did. So what does it matter if he called meat pure? Stop being a manmat follower of any group, you obviously are cheerleading for the nihang squad at the moment. Gurmat is reading Gurbani and holding Gurbani in the heart. There are key people to learn from in Nihang jathabandi but to hop on the bandwagon so far up the horses arse is no better than the brahmin feeding the stone idol and bathing it in milk.