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Old 06-20-2013, 09:25 PM   #21
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Make Thick Sugar Water, Blitz Seeded Fruits...
Add some Glycerine - to help stop crystals..
Almost Freeze....
Almost Freeze....
Almost Freeze....
Basic and Smooth =)

- idea is each time u blitz u make the crystals smaller =) - if its been in freezer for a while sometime blitzing it again can remove excess problems and revitalize the sorbet!

I once used canned peaches and this made an extremely smooth and delicious sorbet!!

Frozen fruit or canned can work well in these quick easy sorbets, whilst not being a classic way to make them they are usually skinned & without seeds.which can save time with mass production and still yeild a good result!

i have sold many sorbets made from frozen black forest fruits, water, sugar, glycerine and blackcurrant cordial.... at a cost of 2 portions out of 15 pay for the ingredients =)

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