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I suggest chopping up a jalepeno or two and adding it to the lime/sugar mixture in the midst of its simmering. I usually strain them out before I turn the sorbet, but save them, candied jalepeno bits are awesome in their own right.

I made lime sorbet a few weeks ago, but I added mini chocolate chips - because I'm a firm believer that most things can be made a little bit better with the addition of mini chocolate chips. :^)

Hi me and my bff made this cause we grow imes on our farm and thi is amazing :)

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