1. It has a great Table of Contents - so it was super-easy for me to navigate my way to each recipe
2. It has several recipes with interesting (and unusual) ingredients.
Most smoothie recipe books stay pretty much in the main, with a few greenchoices thrown in for those of us who like to chuck spinach down therewith the blueberries. But this book really took a fresh look atcombining ingredients not always seen in a recipe book. For example, the Kiwi Lime recipe is one I'll definitely try - never thought of usingKiwis in my smoothie. And as a peanut butter addict - I will definitelybe putting this one to the test.
I thought the author did a great job of pulling together a solid resource for us smoothie drinkers - and hopefully he'll introduce some smoothie newbies to the joys of greattasting drinks." from Nancy Hendrickson.
Here is another great review that comes from a smoothie drinker that has beaten cancer two times by using juicing:
"As a guy who's juiced his way to beating two cancer bouts, and as a guywho LOVES smoothies, I consider myself a fair critic on the art...andthis book is art, the art of the blender. Don't miss it! Loved it."by L. J. Martin