This wild rice soup recipe is impossibly creamy, packed with flavor and full of tender veggies and hearty rice. Everyone asks for the recipe—it’s that good.

Wild rice soup

This post was created in partnership with Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove; all opinions are our own.

It may look like just a bowl of wild rice soup, but to us, it’s much more than that. This bowl of decadent creamy soup is a peak into our philosophy on food (yep, we’re going deep!). Alex and I think food should be three things: nourishing, delicious, and community-building. And this soup is all three.

It’s made 100% of fresh and healthy veggies, but it’s so savory and creamy you’d never know it. Let’s just say “best soup ever” was mumbled more than once around the table as we downed spoonfuls. We served this at a Cozy Dinner Party we had recently. It’s all the things food should be⁠—and we can’t wait to share it with you!

Also try: This Wild Rice Mushroom Soup with Parmesan!

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The philosophy

This recipe and dinner party are in honor of our friends at Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove. What we love about the brand is that they’re not only passionate about making the highest quality refrigeration, cooking, and dishwashing appliances (you may remember we use a Cove dishwasher in our kitchen!), but we share a similar philosophy that extends beyond the kitchen. Living deliciously is all about setting down our phones, picking up our forks, and relishing every succulent, savory, sweet taste of the good life.

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Cozy dinner party menu

The menu

This wild rice soup was the star of our Cozy Dinner Party! We hosted it to enjoy the coming cool weather and a visit from my sister. She’s currently relocating to the US from Southeast Asia, so it’s incredible to spend quality time together, whereas in the past its been so few and far between.

Another reason for the party: I’m a summer girl, so practicing getting “cozy” for the cool weather is a skill I need to cultivate! The way to get through the winter months for me is all about getting cozy and making all the tasty seasonal foods: like soup! What did we pair with it? A fresh salad, a signature cocktail, and crisp bread.

Here’s the full Cozy Dinner Party menu:

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The memories

One of our favorite dinner party tips: make a Question Jar. Even in a dinner party with people you know intimately, it can be so much fun to have conversation starters to discuss throughout the meal. Excited to have my sister back home, it made for a fun way to guide conversation and talk about things we might not have otherwise. Of course, this is especially nice if you have people who are meeting for the first time!

Here’s an example of some of our questions:

  • What is the thing you’re most passionate about right now?
  • If you could start a business today, what would it be?
  • What is one thing you’d change about yourself?
  • What is one goal you have in the next 6 months?
  • Where do you want to travel next?
  • If you could master one new skill, what would it be?

Do you have any great get-to-know-you questions? Let us know in the comments below!

Wild rice soup

How to make wild rice soup

This wild rice soup is pretty darn incredible, if we do say so ourselves. It’s creamy, it’s cozy, it’s savory: yet somehow, it’s made 100% of plants. Yes, this is secretly a vegan wild rice soup (don’t tell anyone). But after you make it, you’ll swear that somehow a little heavy cream got mixed in. It’s perfectly seasoned, and you might not be able to stop eating it (we weren’t!). Per my sister: “This is really the best soup ever.

While it takes about 1 hour to make, this healthy dinner recipe is 100% worth the effort. And since most of that time is hands off, it works as an easy dinner idea, too. What are our secrets to how to make the best wild rice soup?

  • Use cashews. Blended cashews can stand in for dairy! You’ll let them soak while the soup simmers. Then you’ll take 2 cups of the soup out (veggies and all) and blend it with the soaked cashews. It makes for the creamiest base EVER. You’ll swear there’s dairy in it. (For a nut allergy, go to Wild Rice Mushroom Soup.)
  • Add white beans and mushrooms. Because there’s no chicken in it (sorry, meat lovers!), this wild rice soup features white beans as a plant-based protein. It’s a unique addition and seriously good. Mushrooms also bring in big flavor and texture.
  • Simmer until the rice pops. Wild rice notoriously takes quite a while to cook: upwards of 50 minutes. You’ll cook this soup until most of the rice grains burst and are tender. It might feel like a long time, but it’s important that the rice is perfectly tender.

If you have an Instant Pot, this soup is modeled after our Instant Pot Wild Rice Soup one of our most fan-favorite recipes. Head to that recipe to get the Instant Pot instructions.

Wild rice soup
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This wild rice soup recipe is…

Vegetarian, gluten-free, vegan, plant-based, and dairy-free.

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Wild rice soup

Best Wild Rice Soup (Family Favorite!)

  • Author: Sonja Overhiser
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 55 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour 5 minutes
  • Yield: 6 to 8 1x


This wild rice soup recipe is impossibly creamy, packed with flavor and full of tender veggies and hearty rice. Everyone asks for the recipe—it’s that good.


  • ½ cup cashews*
  • 1 medium yellow onion
  • 2 celery ribs
  • 3 medium carrots
  • 8 ounces baby bella mushrooms
  • 6 cloves garlic
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon dried thyme
  • 1 tablespoon dried oregano
  • 8 cups vegetable broth
  • 1 cup wild rice (not a wild rice blend)
  • 2 teaspoons kosher salt, divided
  • 2 15-ounce cans white beans, drained and rinsed
  • ½ teaspoon black pepper
  • 2 teaspoons dried sage
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce, tamari, or liquid aminos


  1. Place the cashews in a bowl and cover them with water. Leave them to soak while you make the recipe.
  2. Dice the onion. Thinly slice the celery. Cut the carrot into rounds. Slice the mushrooms. Mince the garlic.
  3. Add the olive oil to a Dutch oven. Add the onion, celery and carrot and cook, stirring occasionally for 5 minutes until lightly browned. Add mushrooms and saute for 2 minutes. Add garlic, thyme and oregano and stir for 2 minutes.
  4. Add the broth, wild rice, 1 ½ teaspoon kosher salt, and black pepper. Bring to a simmer. Simmer uncovered for 20 minutes. Then add the beans (drained and rinsed), and continue to simmer uncovered for 30 to 35 minutes more, or until rice breaks open.
  5. Using a liquid cup measure, carefully remove 2 cups of the hot soup (including broth, veggies and rice) to a blender. Add 1 cup water. Drain the cashews and add them to the blender, along with the dried sage. Blend on high for about 1 minute until creamy. Then pour the creamy mixture back into the soup.
  6. Add the soy sauce and the remaining ½ teaspoon kosher salt. Taste, and adjust seasonings as desired. Garnish with fresh ground pepper.


*We used raw cashews. If your cashews are salted, you may need to adjust and add a little less salt at the end. For a nut allergy, go to Wild Rice Mushroom Soup.

  • Category: Soup
  • Method: Stovetop
  • Cuisine: Plant Based

Keywords: Wild Rice Soup

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  1. this soup is SO good! I made the instant pot version last year and it was one of my favorite recipes of the entire soup season (which for me is whenever it drops below 70 degrees :))

    one of my favorite get to know you questions – what is your favorite go-to meal for yourself when no one else is around?

      1. i made it per the recipe except i used the wild rice blend (because it was all i could find at my store) and it turned out great. i cant imagine it being any better with the plain wild rice.

    1. Loved the flavor of this soup but mine became very thick, even after adding extra stock. Should it have been covered during the last simmer?

      1. We don’t cover it! You could try doing just a bit less chunks in the blended portion if you wanted.

  2. I can’t eat nuts but do eat dairy – is there any way I can substitute the cashews for dairy? What would you suggest?

    1. Yes you can definitely do dairy instead! I’d do the same method but use 1/2 cup heavy cream to blend with the soup at the end. Let us know what you think!

        1. Hi there! No, I meant use the cream in the blender with the soup at the end. Use only straight wild rice in this recipe, not a blend with other types of rice!

  3. This looks amazing. Unfortunately, I can’t do legumes/pulses – can I substitute anything for the white beans? Many thanks!

    1. Hi Kerri! Thanks for asking! We think that you could probably omit the white beans and it would still be tasty! If you eat meat, you may want to add some chicken for protein: or just make sure to eat other filling plant based proteins alongside. Let us know how it goes!

  4. This soup is AMAZING!!! I actually think it’s my new favorite soup, which is saying a lot since I have collected some really great soup recipes in the past few years :) I am so glad you reposted it with the stove top method; I don’t have an instant pot, so I doubt I’d ever have tried the recipe otherwise! The flavors are just perfect and it’s so hearty and filling. We served it tonight with your roasted beet salad and homemade vinaigrette and we were practically happy-dancing in our chairs :) Thank you so much for sharing this! The entire meal will definitely be going into our regular rotation!

    1. Wow we are SO so glad to hear this! What a very kind note. We are thrilled that you loved it and also that you made it with the beet salad! It’s so meaningful to have “shared” a meal together even if it was separated by time and space. Thank you for trying it out!!!

  5. Hi! I made this soup for the first time and we absolutely LOVE it! It’s my new favorite and I’m going to try it out, along with the beet salad and some homemade crusty bread for a dinner party. Thanks so much for these wonderful recipes. I’ve been a vegetarian for over 35 years and these are wonderful new additions to my stash!

    1. We are so so glad to hear this! We’re so glad you enjoyed it. It’s very good with the salad too — let us know when you try that! Thanks so much for letting us know!

  6. Hi,
    I absolutely LOVED this soup. Made it tonight! I see there are 266 calories/serving and there are ~8 servings–how big is a serving? A cup? Also, instead of adding 2 cans of white beans (I only had 1) I did 1 can and added 1c of barley. This soup is AMAZING!

  7. Hi! Thanks for your recipe. I need a tip— my cashews did now process into a creamy mixture at the end making the soup with really small cashew pieces in the broth. The flavor is good but I’m not fond of the texture. Any ideas of where I went wrong? Thanks :)

    1. Hmm interesting! Can you tell me what kind of blender you’re using: is it good and powerful? It could just be that your blender is not up to the task? Also, just to make sure: you soaked the cashews while the soup cooked? And you blended with broth and veggies from the soup?

    2. Whenever I’m using a cashew puree I simmer them first. Bring to a boil, let cook on low 5 minutes, then drain and cool before blending. It makes them blend more easily, especially for lower power blenders.

      1. Super delicious! I use a wild rice blend instead of just wild rice (couldn’t find it at Aldi) and it worked for me. I also soaked the cashews for closer to 3 hours and they blended super easy.

  8. I actually used a good food processor instead of a blender. And yes— I soaked the cashews in water for about an hour and put those in the processor with the 2 cups of soup, cup of water, and sage. :-)
    Is it possible to use coconut milk instead of the cashew cream? If so, how much would you recommend using? Thanks!!

  9. Ahh we think the food processor is the culprit! A blender could be better if you have one. If not, maybe blend for longer in the food processor next time — maybe for several minutes and scrape a bunch? It should come out SUPER creamy and the cashews totally blended in. Re coconut cream: we haven’t worked with coconut cream much, so I can’t weigh in there! I’d think it might give too much of a coconut-y flavor to the broth though — the cashews are rich without adding competing flavors. Hope that helps!

  10. This recipe tastes as good as it looks. I’ve been eye balling it for a few days now – just had to get some wild rice. And MAN IT IS GOOD. I’m picky about recipes, extremely so with soup recipea. The two year old even liked it. A cup and a half is so filling- hubby got full from it. I got full at about a cup. Thumbs up all around. So good. You’d never know it was entirely plant-based. Can’t rave about it enough.

  11. Thank you so much for this wonderful recipe!! I made this last night for our dinner and my husband and I LOVED it so so much! I did not have any dried sage on hand, so used herbes de provence instead, and WOW delicious and hearty! I will surly make this again! THANKS!

  12. This soup is AMAZING. We added an orange bell pepper but otherwise followed the recipe. Highly recommend it! Thank you both for creating recipes that our family always love!

  13. I just made this soup following the recipe exactly and it is not at all creamy like the picture or how I expected. When I saw that I had to 8 cups of broth, I was concerned but followed exactly. When it didn’t look creamy after the first 2 cups were blended in with the cashews I even went back and blended another cup and it is still not creamy. What could have possibly occurred that I did not get the creaminess you show in the picture?

      1. I am going to estimate they soaked at least 45 minutes or so. I was wondering if the extra cup of water you add when blending was the issue but that seems odd. I seem to have more of a consistency of everything being very finely chopped from the blender but lacking the creaminess that was expected. Any hints on how to save this massive pot of watery soup is appreciated.

        1. I’d try blending a portion again and make sure you have some of the beans and rice to the blender. These add to the overall creaminess!

      2. I soaked them for 45 minutes or so at least. I used a ninja type food processor/ blender as opposed to a traditional blender. Could that be the problem? The consistency is like finely chopped up ingredients instead of blended into a creamy texture.

  14. I was excited about your Best Wild Rice Soup just from reading about it. You really sold it! I made the soup last night and it turned out AMAZING! My boyfriend tried to talk me out of taking it to work so we could eat it all ourselves, but I really wanted to share with others. It was a huge success! I even won a silver ladle trophy for Best Veggie Soup. Now I have to go home and make another batch just for us. Thank you for sharing this wonderful “Award Winning” recipe!

  15. Okay, dumbest question ever? Maybe. Is “dried” the same as “ground” as far as spices go? Because a tablespoon of ground oregano/thyme seems like a TON, but I don’t know what dried oregano/thyme/sage is. Help a clueless cook out. Lol

  16. We LOVE this soup, and it’s been on our regular rotation! Thank you for sharing it! I did go heavy on all the veggies to make it even heartier. So amazing, and it’s been a crowd pleaser when we’ve had neighbors over for dinner.

  17. Made this soup tonight and it was DELICIOUS!! My husband and I both loved it. It’s already on our list of favorites that I’m sure we’ll make over and over again. Thanks you so much for sharing it!!

  18. Hi there! QUick question for you. Could I replace wild rice with black rice in the recipe? Or will that change the consistency of the soup? THanks :)

    1. I would steer away from coconut milk since it has a very strong coconut flavor. Perhaps you could try a bit of oat milk pureed with part of the soup? It wouldn’t be as rich but could potentially do the trick (if you’re trying to stay vegan). In that case, I would skip the “add 1 cup water” and just add about 1 cup oat milk and no cashews. Or you could do any type of dairy milk or cream if you eat dairy.

  19. I made this last night, had to substitute more oregano for thyme as the store didn’t have any. It turned out great! And sitting overnight let the flavors marry so when I heated up some leftovers this afternoon it was even better. I will definitely make this again, it really helped up my veggie intake.

  20. Can I use a wild rice blend instead of straight wild rice? I know you mention to not use it but that’s what I have and hoping I can make that work.

  21. We’re big soup fans especially in the middle of northern Ohio winters. This one is definitely going in the rotation. Just made it for the first time and we LOVE everything about it!

  22. We made this soup last week. At first I was so nervous about using the cashews, but it was awesome! I was pleasantly surprised!!! Thanks for this awesome addition

  23. Can the wild rice be cooking separately and added in layer? It seems to lose a lot of water when I simmer it for the given time.

    1. You can definitely cook it separately if you prefer! We’ve had that happen but realized that we had the heat on too high. Check your heat level and make sure that it’s on low when you’re simmering!

    1. We haven’t tried it with potatoes before! You could simply leave out the mushrooms if you don’t love them (though they add great savory flavor!). But you could add and try at your own risk. Let us know how it goes!

  24. I just made this soup today. I’m on a Daniel Fast and came across this recipe. The only downfall is that my cashew/soup puree didn’t get really creamy. There are fine bits of cashews still, after reading some tif the comments I’m thinking that my food processor may be the cause of this. The soup is still delicious. I love chicken and wild rice soup. This is a great and hearty alternative.

  25. Made this soup tonight for dinner and it is the BEST! So hearty and flavorful, I felt like I was eating in a fancy restaurant (extra bonus during these long pandemic days!). Thanks for this great recipe, will definitely be checking out your others!

  26. I just made this wild rice soup…exactly as the recipe calls for. It is perfection! Delicious, creamy, healthy, hearty! This is definitely a keeper. Thank you!

  27. This soup is so good! I put all of it in the blender because I’m not a huge fan of the texture of mushrooms. Very delicious and easy to make.

  28. Made this last night. DH and I are on the Daniel Fast and I have been searching for more interesting recipes than just stir-fry. We both agree that this truly is “the best soup ever”. I followed the recipe exactly, except for using a rice blend. I couldn’t find just wild rice. It was still amazing! Thank you!

  29. Delicious! This soup tasted like Thanksgiving in a bowl to us. I made only a couple of tweaks to the recipe to suit our preferences. First, we prefer thick soups and stews so I left out the added 1 cup of water the recipe calls for when pureeing the cashews and soup base together. Second, I used only 2 tsp of thyme and 2 tsp of oregano as the full TBSP of each the recipe calls for would have been too assertive (to us) and not provided a nice balance of flavor. There was still plenty of thyme and oregano flavor with the cut back. As for the sage, I did use the full 2 tsp called for in the recipe, but I may cut back by a half tsp next time. Overall, we could eat this soup time and again and it would be a fantastic soup to enjoy during the Fall.

  30. Super delicious! I use a wild rice blend instead of just wild rice (couldn’t find it at Aldi) and it worked for me. I also soaked the cashews for closer to 3 hours and they blended super easy.

  31. Normally every recipe I have tried from your website has been awesome, but I thought this soup recipe was not worth the time and effort to make it. It didn’t have enough flavor and I will probably end up throwing most of it away.

  32. This soup was soooo wonderful! So much flavor and easy to make. I love trying out new recipes and often see the same basic ingredients used and the outcome is usually average at best. This recipe did not have tons of ingredients to create such great flavor. Thank You!

  33. This soup tasted SO creamy and yummy you’d have no idea it’s so healthy! I used the tip below of simmering my cashews and had no problems. Definitely a keeper. Thank you for this recipe!!!

  34. I found this recipe while searching for things I could eat for a specific fast I started. Followed the recipe to a T and I must say it was outstanding!!! I didn’t even miss the meat! I had no idea cashews, my least favorite of all nuts, could deliver such a rich, creamy surprise. Thank you for such a fantastic recipe! I will definitely be making this again and again.

  35. We have been using our family’s wild rice soup recipe for years. This was such a refreshing change. Our family recipe was very creamy, heavy, and filled with lots of calorie guilt. This is now one of our winter favorite soup recipes. Best of all, my teenager loves it!

  36. A tablespoon of dried oregano and of thyme – best wild rice soup recipe – seems like a lot. I have the jars of dried herbs – Simply Organic – from the grocery store. Could you please confirm this measurement?

    Thank you.

  37. Delicious! I was looking for healthier meal options and found this. It’s so good I’ve made it multiple times.

  38. This soup is fantastic! It bursts with flavor and is very satisfying! I’m about to make my second batch in a week!

  39. Could I use chicken broth instead of vegetable? I have a ton of chicken broth from costco and would rather use that if possible!

  40. This soup is the soup of all soups. I am a working mom who thoroughly enjoys cooking but is always looking for something fast and nutritious on weeknights. My kids (1 and 3 years old) and husband absolutely devour this soup. My son is 13 months old and is at that stage where almost everything goes on the floor. Not this soup! He cannot shovel fistfuls into his mouth fast enough. My family is not exclusively vegetarian and certainly not vegan – I can’t imagine a world without cheese. I was a skeptic when I first made this dish…how could cashews replace CREAM?? Boy was I wrong. A delightful, protein-packed, clean dinner that leaves everyone with a full belly. I make this at least 2 times a month in the InstantPot. Thank you for sharing this gem with the world.

    1. Wowwww what a kind comment — thank you! This makes our day to hear that this recipe is so tasty and nourishing for your family. (It’s a favorite here too, we make it often to this day!) THANK YOU so much for making it, and please give your kiddos a hug from us!

    2. I read your comment about the Best wild rice soup. I want to try this it looks amazing!! I read that you use you Instant pot . Do you just dump everything in and cook? How many minutes do you cook it for? Do you do instant pressure release ?? Any tips would be helpful..

  41. Today was my very first day as a vegan, and this recipe was my maiden voyage. AMAZING!! I loved everything about it! Thank you : )

  42. I just made this soup; my husband and I loved it! Quick question: Does it freeze well?

    Thanks much.

    1. We haven’t tested it, but it should freeze fine! You may need to add a bit of broth after defrosting.

  43. I never leave comments….BUT! This recipe is so good! I was looking for things to eat on the daniel fast and came across this recipe!!! WOW! So good! I’ve made it twice now and eat it for 3 days straight lol! Thank you! Love to see more healthy natural vegan recipes like this Thank You!

  44. This is an excellent recipe. It is a melding of flavors that balance and work very well together. I’m definitely making this again.

    1. Good question! We have not tried this soup with macadamia nuts, but they should work similarly to cashews. However, I’d recommend soaking the macadamia nuts overnight just to make sure they get soft enough for blending in the recipe. This hopefully should avoid big nutty chunks in the soup! :)

  45. Love love love this recipe! I followed instructions to a T, and it was a hit! It is very filling. I made it for family – there were 7 of us, and everyone asked for the recipe! Thank you thank you!

  46. This was the very first soup my husband and I ever made and it was outstanding! We followed the directions to a tee and the flavor was incredible! Cant wait to try your other soups

  47. This recipe is amazing. First soup i ever made and also loving that it is vegan. Making it again tonight and just tried it for the 1st time 2 days ago its that good. It defiantly makes you toot. I used wild rice blend becuase i did not want to drive to the health food store or wait for it to ship here but will be trying it with plain wild rice one day. I cant imagine how much better it can get though. Thank you guys for this recipe. I really mean that! (:

  48. I thought the soup was good but my rice didn’t cook completely. I bought a wild rice mix and put it in for 50 min and it still wasn’t soft. That was my biggest complaint

  49. Oh my goodness—this is delicious! We started the new year on the Daniel fast and I’ve been looking for something substantive for dinner and this fits the bill. Very flavorful and filling. Thanks for sharing.

  50. What kind of rice did you use? Taste was great but the color was much darker from the wild rice.

  51. This is a great recipe. I would plan on starting 2 hours before serving. Made one modification that worked really well. The 1st time I tried it, the cashews were a little lumpy (followed the directions exactly). 2nd time, I ground up the cashews dry, they soaked in a little Almond milk instead of water. Followed the rest of the instructions and it turned out much thicker and creamier.

  52. This was very tasty, my GF loved it, and it was hearty. But my version was runny. It feels like 8 cups of broth was 2x what was right. My soup was a weak yellow/dirty color, and didn’t resemble the thicker version, or color, as in the pics. I simmered it uncovered for 30 mins, but not at a rapid boil. I doubt the problem is I didn’t boil off enough liquid. Adding 2 ea 32 oz containers of Swanson broth just seemed excessive. (32+32 = 64 oz = 8×8).

      1. Yes, I blended it w/ 1/2 cup soaked cashews. In a blender, not a food processor. No other review commented on it being runny, so maybe I didn’t simmer it high enough. Per the picture I was expecting it thicker, like a chowder. Mine was runny, closer to chicken noodle soup.

    1. Yes, you could use an immersion blender and add the liquids into an immersion blender cup before pouring back into the soup. Good luck!

  53. This soup was so full of creamy richness and wonderful flavors- honestly one of my top two soups EVER. I will be making this regularly. I did use reduced sodium veg. broth but will still leave out the last 1/2 t of salt next time-Thank you so much for the recipe!

  54. I participate in a group through church with your mom, Kristi, that focuses on questions just like the ones you posed. It is so interesting to have deep conversations with some amazing women who have become friends over the course of our meetings. (This started during the pandemic).
    I’m eager to try this soup. I have several dietary restrictions and have heard about using cashews in place of dairy. So, I was glad to see that in this recipe. Do you have any suggestions for brand of wild rice?

    1. How fun! So nice to meet you and the group sounds wonderful. We don’t have a go-to brand but we do like Lundberg for rice. Let us know if you try this!

  55. It’s very hard to find just wild rice without it being labeled a “blend”. What is the reason you can’t use wild rice blend?

  56. This soup is a 10/10!!! It doesn’t taste like you’re eating a vegetarian soup. It’s rich, flavorful, and comforting. My whole family loved it!

  57. I love this soup but I have some extra and won’t be able to eat it right away. Can I freeze leftovers?

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