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Homemade tomato sorbet in New York is a frosty, savory dessert without the richness of cream or eggs.
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Homemade tomato sorbet in New York is a frosty, savory dessert without the richness of cream or eggs.

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Cool off with shaved ice or a savory sorbet

Let’s not forget sorbet and sherbet. Sorbets are made from only fruit and sugar, while sherbets usually contain a small amount of dairy. Both are light tasting and refreshing, and it can be lovely sometimes to have a frozen dessert without the richness of cream or eggs.

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