Frequently Asked Questions

Our chef-inspired gourmet healthy meals start at $12 if bought on a subscription plan or cost $13+ when bought A La Carte or through our Meal Packs. You can ensure we have the best deal for the quality we offer.
Our weekly menus are posted on our website every Monday for you to plan the following week. If you have registered at you will receive weekly SMS messaging and our weekly email reminders to view the new menu, updates, and to order by Wednesdays at 6PM. Your menu options include: A la Carte ( Meal Packs ( ) Subscriptions (
Currently, our delivery days are Late Monday afternoons OR Tuesday mornings. *Check our menu for special holiday menus with different delivery days. Delivery Cut Off Times: To receive Tuesday delivery, place your order by Wednesday (before) 6:00 PM EST. Please Note: we provide different meal options for each delivery week. As we grow in 2023, we will be adding additional ordering deadlines and delivery days.
For Microwave: Loosen lid and place in microwave. Heat for 2 minutes. If needed, heat on 30- second intervals until the desired temperature is reached. Enjoy! *Microwave times may vary due to watts per unit. For Conventional Oven: Separate side from protein and place in oven-safe containers. Do NOT use plastic containers. Heat oven to 350. Reheat protein for 5 minutes before adding sides. Total reheating time will be 15-20 minutes, depending on your oven.
No problem, you still have choices! You can pick your choices from our menu under the A La Carte section and or our meal packs.
Zero Doubt Club offers subscription plans that help take the stress of cooking out of your busy life. All you need to do is set up your profile, preferences, filters online and let our site help you choose your meals. When selecting your subscription, choose between the delicious and healthy entrees. With the subscription plan you’ll be billed weekly and the price per meal is discounted. Choose how many days you would like to receive food for during the week and how many meals per day. Once you have decided on a plan proceed to your cart to review your subscription plan. Register to get started!
Choose a day you would like to have your meals delivered to you. We deliver on Tuesday and Fridays! Select your combinations of meals you would like to receive. You can choose your meals or have our site randomly select what we deliver to you. You are welcomed to order additional meal packs. Once you are done, proceed to view your cart and review your meal choices and the breakdown of your total. If you’re satisfied, proceed to shipping and select where you would like us to deliver your food.
Yes, our meals are cooked and prepared with fresh ingredients and delivered the same day! Fresh ingredients and delivery is the reason why we ask that all orders be placed by Wednesdays at 6PM for Monday/Tuesday delivery that following week. If there is ever a question or challenge making it on time, please call us at (216) 220-5878 or email us at to let us know!
Whatever you want! They are recyclable and reusable, so either clean them and keep them or donate them locally! We can and will take them back as well 🙂
Please return them when you receive the next order.
Each meal has its unique macro breakdown label. Most meals range from 400 to 600 calories.
No, you are not under contract. Our meal plan service is week to week. All we ask is that you submit your cancellation before deadlines.
YES! you get $25 automatically on your digital wallet. Simply go to your profile > My identity and hit INVITE A FRIEND! follow the steps and both you will get $25 and your friend will get $25 off their first order.
W30 means Whole 30. Whole 30 is a diet type that temporarily eliminates “trigger” foods. These foods may make you feel not so great.
CLEAN AND HEALTHY, that is our least restrictive diet. WIth clean and healthy you still get dairy, starches and legumes DAIRY FREE, this contains no milk product (most of our meals are Dairy Free) GLUTEN FREE, meals contain no ingredients with gluten, and gluten agents i.e. “pastas, wheat, bread” (most of our meals are Gluten Free) LOW CARB, these are meals that have no starches. i.e. “rice, pasta, bread, potatoes” VEGETARIAN, these are meals that contain no animal products or byproducts WHOLE 30, our most restrictive diet. It helps you eliminate trigger foods. These meals do not contain grains, legumes, dairy, sugars, MSG, soy, alcohol and sulfates
Under the “Order” drop down menu, you will see 4 options. Extras-these are extra retail items that would not be considered a meal Ala Carte-these are menu items that you can purchase without a subscription. These include all salads, entrees, and additional add-on items, in case you wanted to build your own meal Meal Packs-this option is great if you are looking to purchase more than two meals without a subscription. We suggest buying a meal pack if you are looking to try us out or wanting to purchase meals as a gift. Subscriptions are the best option if you would like your meals delivered regularly without hassle and pay less per meal 🙂 You choose how many meals you would like per week, along with your meal preferences, and we will do the rest!
First, you will notice the delivery dates we offer. Be sure to pick the correct delivery date before scrolling down to our menu. Note: we deliver different entrees on each delivery day. Choosing your meals-all meals are listed in alphabetical order. However, if you would prefer to see certain types of meals, or types of diets, you can use our filters to the left of your screen. Just check each box, under Type and Diet, and you will be able to see the exact meals you are looking for.
There is a minimum amount of $40 per order.
Yes. You can buy food just once. This makes it convenient for customers who want to try out the food or are purchasing it as a one time gift for someone else.
No. You do not need to purchase a subscription to order. Simply order from our Al la Carte or Meal Packs menu for one time purchases.
Plant-based meals and vegan meals are similar in that they both do not contain meat, fish, poultry, or any other animal-derived ingredients. However, there are some key differences between the two: Definition: “Plant-based” is a term used to describe a diet that focuses on whole, minimally processed plant foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds, and may include small amounts of animal products like meat, fish, eggs, or dairy. “Vegan” is a term used to describe a lifestyle that avoids all animal products, including those in food, clothing, and other products. Motivation: People who follow a plant-based diet may do so for health reasons, environmental concerns, or animal welfare concerns. On the other hand, vegans often adopt a vegan lifestyle due to ethical reasons related to the treatment of animals. Flexibility: Plant-based diets are generally considered to be more flexible than vegan diets. Plant-based eaters may occasionally consume animal products, while vegans strictly avoid all animal-derived products. Nutrient intake: Both plant-based and vegan diets can be healthful and provide all the necessary nutrients, but vegans need to be more mindful of getting enough protein, calcium, iron, and vitamin B12, which are commonly found in animal products. Overall, plant-based meals can be a part of a vegan diet, but vegan meals are always plant-based.

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