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  • by belg4mit (967) on 2002.09.04 10:40 (#12492) Homepage Journal
    Or something...

    sorbet is frozen juice

    smothie is juice, usually with bananas as thickener. and often extras thrown in at
    extra cost like wheat grass juice, aloe vera,
    wheat germ, middle-aged women vita-packs,
    sports vita-packs, ginko, etc. etc.
    --
    Were that I say, pancakes?
    • I think everyone misunderstood my question...

      Which came first - someone freezing thick fruit juices, or someone sticking thick fruit juices in a bottle (possibly after drinking a de-frosted sorbet)?

      It's a chicken and egg question really.