What if green juice tasted good and actually left you satisfied? Good Stock wanted to know, so they turned it into a creamy vegetable soup! This vegan delight is packed with superfoods like broccoli, kale, and spinach and is finished off with a little coconut milk for satisfying warmth. Top with coconut yogurt or herby gremolata; stir in white beans and wild rice for a hearty meal; serve alongside some crusty bread and 3 bean salad.
New York, NY
Good Stock is a modern soup company that does things the old fashioned way. They select high quality vegetables, herbs, and meat from high quality farms, then cook those ingredients with skill, precision, and heart. Cooking the right way means Good Stock never uses artificial ingredients or artificial preservatives. Only the good stuff goes into these soups, and only the good stuff goes to our customers. Good Stock launched in the fall of 2014 at Smorgasburg, New York City’s premier outdoor food festival. Word quickly spread about the new soup in town, so they launched a home delivery business to satisfy the growing demand. Then came catering, which led to a weekly pop-up at West Elm Dumbo, which led to their first permanent soup shop at Urbanspace Vanderbilt in Midtown. Just two months after that, Good Stock opened their second store just two months later on Carmine Street in the West Village. Realizing even more people deserve their soup, Good Stock now works with distributors, like Farm to People, to get their soup straight to your bowls!
Place in fridge if eating within 24 hrs. Otherwise, store in the freezer until ready to use. Can heat from frozen or thawed.
Water, Broccoli, Coconut Milk, Onions, Spinach, Kale, Contains Less Than 2% Of Arugula, Black Pepper, Coconut Oil, Garlic, Kosher Salt