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Recipe Name: Frozen Fruit Sorbet Submitted by: Administrator
Source: Source Description:
Ethnicity: Last Modified: 2/23/2014
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Course: Dessert  
Preparation Time:
Number of Servings: 1

1 fruit
Hi, Patti and all! Yes, I am the original poster of the "frozen
fruitin a can" sorbet. (For those of you newbies who missed it: Take
a canof fruit in its juice [peaches, pineapple, etc.], freeze it, open
canand dump or push* contents into food processor and process til
smooth.That's it!) Since Patti brought up the can freezing question
again:aluminum drink cans and steel fruit cans are not the same! The
drinkcans are made of light, flimsy aluminum with a pre-planned weak
spot -the opening. (I bet that's where yours burst, Patti. That's where
minealways have!) Steel fruit cans are much sturdier and I'VE never had
oneburst in the freezer. YMMV.:-)*open both ends of can and use one end
as a plunger to push out thecontents.From: Lisa
<BENNETT@UNIVSCVM.CSD.SCAROLINA.EDU>. Fatfree Digest [Volume9 Issue 26]
July 17, 1994. Formatted by Sue Smith, S.Smith34,
using MMCONVFile

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