While some ingredients may be harder to find, such as seaweed and agar powder; I was surprised to see that so many of the recipes looked delicious and easy to make. These recipes would be good for anyone looking for a healthier diet, you do not necessarily have to be an athlete. For me, a lot of the recipes use veggies straight out of the garden in the summer months. The recipes are divided into type of food. Here are some of my favorites recipes from several sections:
Mornings: Raspberry Lemon Yerba Matte looked really easy and healthy; you can also learn how to make chocolate cream, oatmeal with mango mousse and raspberries and hot apple pie waffles.
Appetizers and sides: summer rolls with mango lime and mint dipping sauce, grilled asian eggplant, and grilled zucchini,
Sandwiches, Wraps and Burgers: The big green sandwich and black bean chipotle quesadillas,
Smoothies, Fresh Juices and Warm Drinks: All of these looked delicious, but I am definitely going to try the tropical breeze, super berry frenzy and super-fruit sangria.
Desserts: Cocoa and orange nut cookies, blood orange and ginger citrus tart.
The book was provided for free in exchange for an honest review.