Q: How much does it cost?

A: We're no ordinary meal delivery service. We offer clean, ultra-nourishing, personalized meals for people who love food and want to achieve optimal wellness. Meals start at $12.99 each for lunch / dinner at $6.99 per serving for breakfast (2 servings per container). 

 

Q: Is it calorie-controlled?

A: We offer four different meal sizes for lunch and dinner.

Small meals - start at $12.99 each

  • Up to 500 calories
  • 1/2 - 3 cups vegetables / fruit 
  • 3 - 4 ounces protein
  • sauce with healthy fat
  • gluten-free grains and starches (optional)

Medium meal - start at $13.99 each

  • Up to 600 calories
  • 1/2 - 3 cups vegetables / fruit
  • 4 - 5 ounces protein
  • sauce with healthy fat
  • gluten-free grains and starches (optional)

Large meal - start at $14.99 each

  • Up to 700 calories
  • 3/4 - 3 cups vegetables / fruit 
  • 5 - 6 ounces protein
  • sauce with healthy fat
  • gluten-free grains and starches (optional)

 

Breakfasts usually come only in size Small and start at $6.99 per serving (2 servings per container).

 

Q: What cities do you deliver to?

A: Right now we deliver throughout the North Bay, San Francisco, East Bay and Peninsula. We'll be launching West Los Angeles and Central Los Angeles deliveries this August. If you want to be notified when we launch in your city, then join the waitlist.

 

Q: Can you accommodate food allergies?

A: We can accommodate many food allergies. 

All our meals are prepared refined sugar-free, gluten-free and processed ingredient-free. Grass-fed ghee is the only forms of dairy we currently use. 

At this time, we're unable to accommodate people with these food allergies as these ingredients are used in most of our meals:

  • nightshades
  • onions
  • garlic
  • fruit (if includes all fruit)
  • tomato
  • fermented foods
  • coconut

If you have questions about our ability to accommodate your food allergies, please email us at help@gomethodology.com so we can discuss whether we'll be able to cook for you.

 

Q: Can you accommodate Whole30, Bulletproof, or Paleo?

A: Yes! All of of our meals can be prepared Whole30-, Bulletproof-, and Paleo-friendly.

 

Q: Can you accommodate Keto or ultra low carb diets?

A: Yes! We sell proteins, vegetables, and sauces separately so that you can assemble Keto-friendly meals at home. Some of our meals are also Keto-friendly.

 

Q: Can you accommodate vegetarian or vegan diets?

A: At the moment we only offer 2 vegan meals a week. If you're vegetarian or vegan, we recommend you start with 2 - 4 meals per week. Or you can join our waitlist and we'll notify you when we expand our vegan menu. 

 

Q: Can you accommodate pescetarian meal plans?

A: We currently offer 1 seafood meal per week and 2 vegan meals per week.

 

Q: Why do you offer subscriptions?

A: Because this is the best way for busy people to eat clean consistently enough to feel their absolute best every day. You can pause or cancel with one week's notice. We promise we're not trying to scam you for your money. We just want you to experience life-changing results that come with eating ultra-nourishing food consistently.

 

Q: How do I get my meals?

A: Your meals are delivered every Monday and/or Thursday in a reusable insulated cooler at the location of your choice. No coordination is necessary. You can also give us a key so we can leave your cooler in your lobby or home. Every time we drop off a new cooler for you we'll pick up your previous cooler. Set it and forget it! 

We deliver in San Francisco between 9:30 PM and 12:30 PM and in the East Bay, North Bay, and Peninsula between 9:30 PM and 6 AM.

 

Q: How much waste is created?

A: There's no waste! We pick up and reuse coolers, ice packs, and meal containers. No more wrestling cardboard boxes.

 

Q: Are meals fully cooked?

A: Yes, all our meals are ready to eat and can be reheated in a microwave or on a stovetop in less than 5 minutes.

For most meals (salads are the exception), we recommend reheating your meal on the stovetop for best results. 

 

Q: How are meals packaged?

A: Your meals will be packaged in leakproof, microwave-safe containers. Our containers are reusable, so you can rinse and return them. Reusing containers is way better than just recycling them, so please return your meal containers so we can minimize our environmental impact.

 

Q: What if I travel?

A: We've got you covered. You can pause your subscription anytime; we just ask that you give us 1 week of notice prior to your next delivery. If you need to pause your subscription or notify us about upcoming travel plans, simply log into your Methodology account and set your pause start and end dates. You won't receive any deliveries on or within those dates. If you give us notice less than 1 week prior to your next delivery, you'll be charged for that delivery. 

 

Q: How do I pause or cancel my subscription?

 
 

A: You can cancel your subscription anytime; we just ask that you give us 1 week of notice prior to your next delivery. To pause your subscription, log into your Methodology account and set your pause start and end dates. You won't receive any deliveries on or within those dates. To cancel your subscription, email us at help@gomethodology.com. If you give us notice less than 1 week prior to your next delivery, you will be charged for that delivery. 

 

Q: What kind of ingredients do you use?

A: The highest-quality ingredients we're able to procure each week.

None of our meals include any:

  • Refined sugar
  • Artificial ingredients
  • Canola oil
  • Vegetable oil
  • Processed ingredients
  • Gluten
  • Lactose, casein or whey

We source organic, seasonal, and local ingredients wherever possible. See our Sourcing page to view the list of farms where we purchase our ingredients.

 

Q: Why aren't all your ingredients organic?

A: We prioritize two things when sourcing ingredients: 

  • Local and seasonal: Ingredients that don't travel as far and are in season contain the most nutritional value when it gets to you. This also lets us support local farms and the environment.
  • Organic or sustainable: Farms that use sustainable practices (no pesticides on produce and no antibiotics or growth hormones in meat or seafood) help protect your health, the environment and the health of their workers. 

A good portion of the produce we use is certified organic. While other local farms we source from can't afford organic certification (because of the high certification costs involved), this doesn't mean they're not using sustainable, organic practices. Our team works hard to make sure the farms we source from are raising produce, meat and seafood that's clean and sustainable, whether they're certified or not.

See our Sourcing page to view the list of farms where we purchase our ingredients.

 

Q: Have more questions?

A: Use our contact form to shoot us an email at help@gomethodology.com. We'll get back to you right away.

 

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