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Today was that day. I bought the necessary ingredients, and now I wanted a smoothie. That's when I realized the book's one shortcoming--it has no table of contents, no index, and no way possible to navigate through it. I had to start at the beginning and go page by page to try and find the recipes I wanted. I was able to place a book mark at specific pages, but that's a very cumbersome method of navigation.
I usually enjoy Kindle editions, but this is one book that would definitely work better as an actual print edition. That being said, I'm still very glad I got it (it was free, by the way), and I plan to try more of the recipes. The one that I did try--"Spring Fresh"--uses red grapes (I used black ones), a banana, Romaine, and parsley. I misread the recipe and used dill instead of the parsley, and it was still fantastic.
I can see that green smoothies will be a regular part of my diet, and I thank Kidman and her terrific book. I just hope that she can figure out a way to make navigation a possibility in the future.
Haven't tried the soups and salad dressings yet but they are next on the list!!
This book is a treasure!
I especially like the section about which produce to get as organic and which you can 'risk' going non-organic. Helps to ease my mind knowing that info when I rush into the local supermarket to top up on our fruit and vegetables. And so many recipes. The fact that mainly only have four ingredients is great for us busy busy people. I've even got my husband drinking them. Seriously. I did work with my local naturopath while on them initially to make sure I was getting everything I needed nutritionally. Thank you Dianne for making green trendy.
I mostly dislike nutritional advice - most of us already know what we should eat. This book has sneaked by my prejudice and darn it, I feel more energetic.
Thank you Diane for another great book! I will recommend this book to all my friends.