There's no denying this is a beautiful book with some useful information in it, but it has a lot of faults. It doesn't seem very well organised at all. There is a fair amount of information about sprouting if you are new to it, but to me (a novice sprouter) there also seems to be a lot left out. Also, it jumped about a bit, with information divided up. There is no meaningful index, so you can't just look up 'sunflower seed sprouts' in the back and discover where to find the information.
It also seems rather a stretch to sell the book on the 70 healthy and creative recipes. Many of them seemed like no more than serving suggestions to me - eg put some in a tofu sandwich. Here the lack of decent index also annoyed me. There is an index of the recipes, but it is purely alphabetical for the first word in the title. so you can't look up recipes relating to a particular sprout you may have grown.
All in all I wish I hadn't bothered with this book. Also it is big, which is irritating on an already overcrowded bookcase, and I doubt that I will keep it.