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  • I found this book to be a great addition to my culinary library because it really breaks down the science of smoothie making
  • Another section in which adults may find interesting is the alcohol smoothies
  • I actually like the recipes included in the alcohol section, and I like how if you want to make virgin smoothies but keep in the other ingredients that you can

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      The complete idiots guide to smoothies

      By Ellen Brown

      “The complete idiot’s guide to smoothies” by Ellen Brown is one of many books that are part of the “complete Idiot’s guide”, but this particular book focuses mainly on smoothies: how to make them, what ingredients to use, the various types of smoothies, and recipes.

      I found this book to be a great addition to my culinary library because it really breaks down the science of smoothie making. I


      liked how the author talks about the importance of having a binder, and how it helps thicken smoothies and how less of it will make it more liquidity. The author also covers four major smoothies (which I didn’t really know about): Dairy smoothies, nondairy smoothies, low-fat smoothies, and low-carb smoothies.

      There is a section for parents about making smoothies for children as well as purees; there is also a section about making smoothies into desserts which ...


      • have recipes included. Every section that deals with a particular type of smoothie has a recipe included. Another section in which adults may find interesting is the alcohol smoothies; and again, there are recipes included. I actually like the recipes included in the alcohol section, and I like how if you want to make virgin smoothies but keep in the other ingredients that you can.

        Overall, “The complete idiot’s guide to smoothies” is a great book

        for those who don’t have a clue about how to make smoothies as well as those who are looking for smoothie recipes. I like how the author breaks down the science behind smoothies, and how once you get the hang of it they’re easy to make. There are a lot of great recipes for both children and adults, and it’s just an easy guide to follow along with to help make you more comfortable about making smoothies.




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