OMD: Your Plant-Based Support System.
Ready to swap at least one meal a day with something plant-based? Leaving meat and dairy off the menu can feel like a challenge in a world where we’re inundated with bacon-wrapped-everything and gratuitously gooey videos of hamburgers all over our social media feeds.
Change can be hard, and that’s ok.
To help, OMD has created some step-by-step guides and other plant-based lifestyle resources for you to feel supported in trying to eat at least one plant-based meal a day. Ready to get started? Dive on in!
Eating plant-based is about abundance. By leaving meat and dairy off your plate, you’re giving yourself the opportunity to get adventurous with food. Think about it as a trip around the world. Now that you’re taking a vacation from philly cheesesteak town, you can give yourself permission to explore new cuisines you might have never tried before — like Indian, Thai or Ethiopian.
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7-Day Meal Planner
Want a tip on how to make eating plant-based easier? Lean into meal planning — especially when you’re brand new. Having a roadmap is a huge help when you’re standing in grocery aisles, staring off into space, not knowing where to start. But don’t fret! We have you covered.
Knowing what staples to get for a plant-based kitchen can leave people stumped. To set yourself up for success, some preparation is required, but that’s why OMD is here to be your partner in your plant-based journey. That’s why we created this handy shopping guide to help you navigate your local grocery aisles.
Ready to get started? Download the list and take it with you on your next grocery run.
Ready to eat at least one plant-based meal a day for your health and the planet? Take the OMD Pledge! You can take a bite out of the #2 largest contributor to carbon emissions by choosing to reduce your support on industrialized animal agriculture. By eating less meat and dairy, you’re sending a message–– that you care about communities impacted by polluted water from factory farming operations, health equity and the animals we share this beautiful home with.
Show your friends and family that you’re ready to try OMD. Take the pledge and get a special Pledge Tracker to help support your shift toward healthier, greener living.
Canning your favorite fruits, veggies, sauces and even soups or stews is an adventure in experimentation and a fun way to enjoy seasonal delights sustainably all year round. Busy parents are also going to love how canning saves time. Hungry little bellies craving out-of-season sweet nectarines or tangy clementines will be in for a treat if there’s extra stored away. And (if it’s canned) mom’s special marinara sauce can drench plates of spaghetti in the middle of the week when she doesn’t have time to whip some up from scratch.
Get creative. Check out more ways you can explore how canning can bring some fun and ease to your plant-based routine.
The OMD Book: Your Definitive Guide to a Plant-Based Life.
The OMD book is a companion guide to help you transform your health and the planet by eating at least one plant-based meal a day. The research is clear– reducing meat and dairy is a surefire way to reverse chronic disease and also take a bite out of climate change while also helping save endangered animals from losing precious habitat. Isn’t it amazing that what’s healthy for our bodies is also healthy for the planet? That’s why we call OMD a win-win-win. Order your copy of the OMD book for access to emotional support, Suzy’s favorite recipes, kitchen hacks, inspiring health makeover stories and hard science to back up this critical shift our planet and families need for a healthier, greener future.
Being connected to our food is a journey. And talking about it with others can be complicated. So that’s why we created a free guide, Food Talk: How to Talk with People About Plant-Based Eating, to help you gently navigate conversations, ask questions, and be an active listener so you can better support your family and friends.
Grab your copy to share the benefits and deliciousness of plant-based eating.
School Lunch Toolkit
Our School Lunch Toolkit is your step-by-step guide to increasing access to plant-based foods in K-12 schools. Inside, there are template letters to your local Food Service Directors and School District Board, research and other materials to support you to advocate for better, plant-based food and non-dairy milk options. Bonus: when you download an OMD toolkit, our Engagement Manager will follow up to offer you one-on-one support!
Community member, parent or student? OMD is here to guide you every step of the way.
We’ve created a Restaurant Toolkit to support people like you to get more plant-based options on menus across the country. Once you download the toolkit, our OMD Engagement Manager will follow up and provide you with guidance and coaching. System change is a process, but it’s more successful — and fun — when done in community. That’s what we’re all about!
Take action. Get the toolkit sent to your inbox and start making a change in your community.
North Carolina Plant-Based Eaters Guide
Your Go-To Resource for Plant-Based Eats Across the State. Why North Carolina? Because one focus of OMD’s pilot program is to support people looking to eat more plant-based — whether you’re a regular at the corner burger shack and want to get more plants on your plate, or you’re a plant-thusiast already and hunting for the best grain bowl in town. No matter your reason, we have you covered with our directory highlighting the best spots for healthy, climate-friendly grub.
Grab your Eaters Guide today!
WE’RE HERE FOR YOU.
We’re here to build community, hold your hand, spark yummy inspiration and support you in your foray into plant-based living. So, dig in, play and explore your way through the growing pains; celebrate your successes; and be kind to yourself when you stumble — we’ll catch you when you fall.
Looking for more? Head over to read through some of our favorite OMD Success Stories or find easy-to-make recipes on the OMD Blog.