OMD Kitchen


MUSE Kitchen: A 4 Star Certified Green Restaurant®.
MUSE Global celebrates its achievement as the Greenest Restaurant in the World, a 4 Star Certified Green Restaurant with over 550 Green Points!

2014 The Golden Carrot Award
The Golden Carrot Awards, established in 2004, recognize food service teams doing exceptional work to improve the healthfulness of school lunches. The Physicians Committee looks for programs that encourage students to eat more fresh fruits, vegetables, and plant-based entrées for improved health and disease prevention.

We have implemented two extraordinary steps that bring a restaurant’s environmental impact dramatically down. MUSE Global School’s electricity is 100% solar. This includes the lights, AC, electric cooking equipment, refrigerators, and freezers are all powered by the sun!

Climate-Friendly Meals for Students
The second extraordinary change that MUSE Global School implemented was changing its menu to all plant-based cuisine. All meals are prepared by our seasoned Chef, Robin Swallow. Meals include fresh vegetables, fruit and plant-based swaps that kids love! Some fruits and vegetables are grown on campus in our garden beds and trees.

“MUSE Global School’s Kitchen has just pushed the edge of sustainability even further from vision to reality,” said Michael Oshman, CEO and Founder of the Green Restaurant Association. “I applaud MUSE’s leadership in providing a successful foodservice operation that is in concert with the oft-used word `Sustainability.’”

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Our Founder Suzy Amis Cameron also founded OMD (One Meal a Day). OMD is a movement, community and campaign whose goal is to support people just like you to change their relationship with food by swapping at least one meal a day with something plant-based. This all started at MUSE! Suzy has since made it her life mission to shine a light on the food industry and celebrate a new way of relating to food and eating — for our health and the planet.

We teach our community the importance of plant-based eating and how swapping one meal a day can create huge environmental impacts — from saving water to cutting carbon emissions. We work towards being a zero-waste community and see the waste we generate as an opportunity for innovation and education.

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On average, each MUSE Global School student that swaps all school meals and snacks to delicious plant-based options, saves over 186,550 gallons of water and the carbon equivalent to 2,940 miles driven in a car. These are huge environmental savings!

*Based on 175 days of school per year per person.

2,940 miles driven

186,550 gallons of water

The OMD Plan

Learn more about OMD and Suzy’s mission online or by purchasing her book, The OMD Plan. You can view guides on how to get started with a plant-based diet, recipes and even calculate your yearly environmental savings! Eating plant-based is a win-win-win: for the planet, the animals and for our health. And when we join together, we can honor the abundance that eating more plants gives our world.

“Many children today are stressed, creatively suppressed, and out of tune with themselves, their bodies, and nature. Along comes MUSE Global School, an amazing school that provides all the elements children need for optimal development— then takes it to the next level by offering education in nutrition and environmental sustainability. I was blown away when I visited their campus; I highly recommend MUSE to any parent who wants their child to be truly seen, heard, loved, valued, and accepted.”

— Victoria L. Dunckley, MD, child psychiatrist and author of Reset Your Child’s Brain

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