Sherbet

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Sherbet is a cold dessert that is like ice cream, but is made with water or fruit juice instead of milk.[1] In Europe, it is called sorbet. Most sherbets are flavored with fruit flavors. Orange is the most common flavor of sherbet, and other flavors include lemon, pineapple, raspberry, lime, red wine, and rainbow, which is a mix of different-colored flavors, usually including lemon and raspberry.[2][3]

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