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FRUIT SHERBETS

(Frozen Desserts) - (The International Jewish Cook Book)







There is no form in which ices are more palatable or healthful than in
the form of sherbet. This is made of fruit juice, sugar and water. The
simplest sherbet is made by mixing the sugar, water and fruit juice
together. A richer and smoother ice is obtained by boiling the sugar and
water together, then adding the fruit juice, and when the mixture is
cool, freezing it. It takes nearly twice as long to freeze the
preparation made in this way as when made with the uncooked mixture.
Sherbets are usually served at the end of a dinner, but they are
sometimes served before the roast.











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