So, you’re on a first date. You’re at some nice restaurant with tons of atmosphere, and you’re trying to get to know the person sitting in front of you; trying to look like you’re not really trying.
You ask each other questions about your past relationships, hobbies, habits (good and bad), and then you ask, “So, are you a Geoentomarian?”
At this point in time, no one would be able to answer that question because no one knows what that means, except for the few of us who work at Next Millennium Farms.
A Geoentomarian is simply someone who eats insects to help better the health of our planet. Broken down, it’s “geo”, for the Earth, “entomo” for insects, and “arian” someone who engages in something.
The day will come, and we’re hoping sooner than later, when this question will be mainstream- just one question on a list of many to help you get to know someone better, or for someone to use as they describe themselves, as in, “I run, do yoga, and I’m a Geoentomarian.” But at this point in time, we are just launching the term,Geoentomarian into the stratosphere, hoping that it will gain as much momentum as Vegan, Vegetarian, Humanitarian, or Environmentalist.
Thank you to Nutritional Anthropologist, Nicole Kilburn, and those at I Am Eco Warrior .
Read, the article, share with friends, post to your fave social media outlet, and let us know, Are you a Geoentomarian?