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Gobble Green

Gobble Green

A delicious vegan meal delivery service.

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Worried that your vegan diet is not providing you with the essential nutrients you need to live a healthy life? Gobble Green is the vegan's answer to health, convenience and taste. At this online marketplace, you can purchase prepared and pre-packaged vegan meals in convenient vegan kits which provide you with an entire week's worth of meals and snacks that not just meet the nutrition requirements of the vegan diet but also taste delicious.

Nosh on pizza, cupcakes, chili, cookies, french toast and so much more as Gobble Green does the measuring, cooking, slicing and dicing for you and delivers their tasty earth-conscious meals straight to your door.

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  • Convenient way to follow a vegan diet
  • Meets vegan nutritional requirements
  • Kits contain a variety of meals and snacks
  • Nutritional information is included
  • Sampling the kits may inspire others to eat a more green diet
  • Includes some organic ingredients
  • May not appeal to those who aren't vegan
  • May not financially be a long term diet solution

Each Gobble Green kit includes seven breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks and desserts for a complete week's worth of vegan meals. In addition, you also receive an informational booklet on how to start and maintain a vegan diet.

Focusing on a variety of foods that don't contain any animal products, Gobble Green kits feature vegan takes on typical American fare from cupcakes to burgers and from pizza to pancakes.

  • For breakfast, you might eat a vegan muffin and an organic fruit salad or vegan sausage and cheese biscuit sandwich.
  • Lunch might be vegan chicken nuggets or an eggplant sandwich.
  • Dinner may be sesame tofu and vegetables, vegan spaghetti and meatballs or a bean burger with mango salsa and french fries.
  • Snacks include banana chips, baked apples and soft pretzels.
  • Desserts include Oreo cupcakes, snickerdoodle cookies and dark chocolate cake.

There are no exercise guidelines.


Gobble Green is a vegan's answer to meal delivery food service with their signature kits that feature seven full days of vegan meals and snacks delivered straight to your door. Perfect for a vegan devotee who is tired of eating the same things over and over or for the vegan hopeful who is curious what veganism is all about, Gobble Green's meals will not just meet all of your daily nutritional requirements but you'll forget that you're not eating any meat or dairy.

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I live in Austin and I recently received a week of Gobble Green through Living Social. Iā??m in a city with some vegan options (probably not as many as NYC, but still a lot of vegan options, really mostly vegetarian) and I liked the food a lot. Iā??m really surprised at some of the nasty reviews on here. Gobble Green is frozen food, but itā??s GOOD frozen food. It's way better than Amy's or Kashi, which is kind of the only thing around without going out. I didnā??t love every single thing, but Iā??m definitely going to reorder the blueberry muffin, chicken enchiladas, tortilla soup, and meatloaf. Their meatloaf is the best vegan meatloaf Iā??ve ever had.

posted Apr 4th, 2011 5:20 pm



I'm a vegan in NYC and I tried their vegan starter kit for a week. My biggest complaint is that they have very poor quality control. Some dinners are very large and others have nothing in them. For example, their Fettuccine Alfredo was about 5 fist sizes while their seitan stir fry was about a half a fistfull and consisted of two small broccoli florets and sliver of celery and zero seitan. Wouldn't be enough for bird! Further, their dishes aren't properly prepared to be frozen meals. Many of the vegetables are completely overcooked and then frozen. Once reheated (no matter how gently), they are brown mush. Most upsetting is that many of the meals are inedible. Bitter and poor taste. Finally, their customer service is slow to respond - have been waiting 3 days for a response. I do have standards for vegan food given the choices in NYC, but Gooble Green was seriously disappointing.

posted Apr 4th, 2011 3:21 pm



I feel an obligation to warn people about this food. I got this through a living social deal for $100 and change. Not worth $1. Plus the packaging and shipping across the country took 4 days (how could something taste good that took that long to get to me?) My fault for not doing the research ahead of time. So I figured at least I could post and maybe save someone else the hassle of eating this stuff.

I really cannot believe there are people posting that this this food is edible. I cannot fathom this. All I can think is they are employees or friends of the company. I am ready to throw everything out into the garbage.

The breakfast sandwich was literally inedible. I tried the enchiladas and couldn't believe how much they tasted like paper. I actually looked to see if I had done something wrong -- like maybe it was wrapped in paper. To be fair I'm not a dessert person but I thought the brownie was like eating a cube of sugar. And to also be fair I'm not into fake foods. I don't need something to taste like meat. I like a tomato to taste like a tomato. I don't need to replicate carnivorous foods. Plenty of wonderful vegan foods out there. I let the breakfast bar thaw out and nuked if for a minute this morning for bfast. Two bites and it hit the trash. What the heck was that made of? Sand? I've tried a couple of other items over the last week and I'm just dumbfounded. I keep thinking it can't all be this bad, but one item is worse than the next. None of this resembles real food at all. I've been a vegetarian my entire life, vegan for the last 3 years. I love the vegan food life -- fresh fruits and veggies, grains, legumes and beans. I just wanted something to make my life a little easier in the shopping/chopping department. It's like they had to work at making everything this bland, tasteless and over-processed. I'm really confused as to how we had such a different experiences but I guess that's what makes the world go around. So far it is all inedible. Should be called gobbledygook. How to ruin poor innocent vegetables..... Just had to post because I googled Gobble Green reviews and found these and felt an obligation to give a different opinion. I will say this, after letting the breakfast sandwich sit on the table for 15 minutes it was strong enough to use as a door stop. So I did save on purchasing a new door stop.

posted Apr 2nd, 2011 3:56 pm



I too bought the Living Social for Gobblegreen prior to reading the nasty reviews some folks have left, but I have to say I was very pleasantly surprised. Like others, there are dishes I won't touch because I hate the taste of cheese and I'm not a fan of Indian food. Also, two of the breakfasts didn't nuke right - I think it had to more with the rice flour not working well with the microwave (or I nuked it too long). That being said, everything else has been fabulous! A prior commenter said the snack packs are small, but they are no different from the Trader Joe's "Just a Handful" of packaged nuts. I was grateful for the portion sizes, and two I could have easily split in two because of their size. I received a couple of dishes not listed on their website, so I asked for the nutritional breakdown, and they emailed me right back. If you ask questions on their Facebook page, they will answer quickly. And yes, initially the packages of food look like baby vomit, but once you break it all open and heat it up, the main dishes are rather extraordinary for the $129 I paid. I am keeping a list of the dishes I liked the most and will re-order just those to keep in my freezer. Big thumbs up to the "Meat" Loaf With Veggies, the "Chicken" Vindaloo and the Seitan Bean Stew (and the cookies!).

posted Mar 22nd, 2011 3:25 pm

Elise H

I posted the review just below this last one and saw the comment from Emmybee. I wanted to respond to it because I know what she means about the food looking bad. All the food is shipped vacuum sealed so everything is like squeezed or frozen into a solid rock. However, almost everything spread out nicely in the plate and looked great when cooked. Nothing in my kit was burned at all. I really liked almost everything and had favorites, as mentioned in my previous comment. I have tried nutrisystem, diets to go, and jenny craig and Gobble Green's food is a MILLION times better than those other delivery people. As far as ingredients go I haven't noticed much difference from the website, I'll look more closely at things as I finish up the rest of what I have. A couple of times there were a little difference like the website listed red pepper and there was green pepper instead or green beans in a dish that they don't list green beans but it was still good. Anyhow, I think the food is good and Iā??ve been really pleased with Gobble Green, so I wanted to comment and say that this business actually does a pretty good job in my experience.

posted Mar 10th, 2011 2:05 pm



I have a vegan friend who was looking for something like this. When I saw the Groupon, I mentioned it to her. I have seen what they sent to her. The company ought to ashamed. Most of the food is terrible. Burned pancakes. Tasteless or bad tasting food. The food doesn't have the ingredients that are posted on their site. Maybe the company wasn't ready to do a Groupon so maybe their food is of better quality but I wouldn't feed this stuff to my dog. I feel really bad for mentioning this Groupon to her.

posted Mar 9th, 2011 10:47 pm

Elise H


I got my week of food from living social and am definitely going to have to continue this. But I will want to pick what I want going forward and the snack packs are a joke. A lot of it is really great and filling. I ate a lot of the dishes for two meals. Some sort of customized plan would be nice. Recommend: their ocean stew, the tortilla soup, the pancakes (all of them but esp the chocolate pancakes), the meatloaf, the chicken enchiladas OMG, and the baked veg sandwich. Not so much: the vegetable soup was so, so, the meat and mushroom pie was kind of weird and I'm not much for tofu eggs - my friend liked them tho so I think it is a personal choice kind of thing.

posted Mar 8th, 2011 12:37 am



I'm on day three of my living social from Gobble Green. I didn't get to choose my meals either but I didn't think I was going to be able to when I bought it. It said on living social they were a set menu and my menu was pretty close to what was on their website. So far I like the pancakes and am so-so on the chickpea salad and lovin the snickerdoodle cookies.

posted Mar 4th, 2011 10:33 pm


The Living Social Groupon does not allow to choose any of the meals you get for the week, I asked and said i was allergic to nuts and that I don't like cheese, they said that all meals are chosen randomly and you don't get to choose. What kind of is that? that's like going to a restuarant the waiter is like, "No need to take your order, I'll bring you what I feel like bringing you,and Yes you still have to pay for it" STUPID. I so regret buying the stupid living social groupon 129 dollars. NOT WORTH IT.

posted Mar 4th, 2011 11:07 am



I have to say Gobble Green is the bomb. Their sicilian pizza, the ocean medley stew among others have such a unique flavor to them. I really am digging on it. Got my kit about two weeks ago and instead of eating it all at once I have been switching to Gobble Green foods here and there to substitute meals. Anyhow I have been very impressed with the service and the meals. I am thinking about the weight loss plan but I just wish it were less expensive.

posted Feb 27th, 2011 1:41 am



Love Gobble Green, great stuff. Love the Dinner plan. It is making mine and my wife's life much easier.

posted Feb 16th, 2011 8:01 pm

Allison J


Just got my food on Tuesday and was a little nervous because I saw all these reviews after I had already ordered it. I am pleasantly surprised. I have eaten 2 1/2 days worth and have been full and happy with everything. Although some of their cooking instructions I think need a little work. The tofu eggs needed some salt and pepper but other than that its been really good. : )

posted Feb 10th, 2011 1:17 am



Thumbs up for me. Got it through Living Social. Convenient and delicious. Also, it has lasted a really long time. I found a tortilla soup in the back of my freezer that had been there for almost a month and it tastes like it was made yesterday.

posted Feb 4th, 2011 8:54 am



Liked it. The chocolate cake and chili are amazing. Not a huge fan of spicy glazed tempeh, but thatā??s just because Iā??m not a major tempeh fan to being with. Worthwhile, will do this again.

posted Feb 2nd, 2011 11:18 pm



Got the groupon deal and very disappointed. Food is BAD. Am throwing out the Mediterranean coscous now as not edible. :( Skip it. What a rip.

posted Feb 2nd, 2011 7:49 pm



I bought this for my girlfriend over Christmas and she really liked it. She had a week long business trip and I got this for her. They delivered it to her at her hotel and it was a huge convenience for her. Her job had her working ridiculous hours and this made it all very easy for her. I can't say she liked everything but she said most of it was really good.

posted Feb 1st, 2011 2:22 am



I disagree with the last commenter. I feel much better after the week I got. The snacks were a little small but no smaller than when I follow the proper portioning guidelines on my store bought bag of almonds or peanuts. In fact I was glad the small size stopped me from overindulging in between meals. I will say the items varied in size but I was never starving after a day of food. Vegan Empress is right about the Tempeh, not a very large serving, but I still give this company a thumbs up because all in all it was a really great package.

posted Jan 29th, 2011 3:34 am



VERY VERY DISAPPOINTED. Got it through Groupon for only $125 and still overpriced. Snacks were like 10 almonds or a little pack of raisins. Desserts were miniscule. The tempeh dish (which was supposed to be a dinner) was med. size BUT ONLY HAD 2 TINY PIECES OF tempeh. The rest was potatoes and greens (much cheaper to make). Not a horrible service, but the food is NOT nearly as good quality as a restaurant and for their prices you are paying restaurant prices. I guess if you live in the boonies and are desperate it's ok, but I live in NY and can get great quality restaurant vegan food for the same price or cheaper. DEFINITELY NOT worth more than the $125. Maybe not even worth that.

posted Jan 26th, 2011 4:49 pm



Just adding my thumbs up to the mix. Tried it, liked it.

posted Jan 25th, 2011 11:10 pm



I thought this was a great service. I had my leg broken and couldn't get around much so my parents ordered this for me. It was great. The meals were filling and I didn't put on any weight even though I barely moved for a week and a half.

posted Jan 22nd, 2011 7:50 am


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