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       Title: WATERMELON ICE
  Categories: Desserts, Low-cal
       Yield: 6 servings
       1 ts Unflavored gelatin
       4 c  Watermelon cubes
       2 tb Lime juice (or lemon)
       2 tb Honey
            Lime twists for garnish
   In a micro-safe cup, soften gelatin in 2 tb water by
   heating briefly. Stir until gelatin is dissolved.
   (Suggestion:  cut up melon in a sieve to catch the
   seeds, over a bowl to catch the juice or you will have
   lots of juice around the cutting board.) In a blender
   container, combine 1 cup of melon cubes, lime (or
   lemon) juice, honey and gelatin mixture.  Cover and
   blend at high speed for 30 sec or until smooth.
   Add remaining melon in batches, cover and blend at
   high speed until smooth. Pour into a 8x8x2 pan and
   freeze until almost firm.
   Remove from freezer and transfer mixture to a large
   chilled bowl.  Beat at high speed with an electric
   mixer or food processor until smooth.  Return to pan
   or pour into serving size cups or pour into plastic
   ice cube trays and freeze several hours until firm.
   To serve let stand 15-20 min at room temperature.
   Scrape surface (if you used 8x8 pan) and spoon into
   serving dishes.  Garnish.
   Yield 6 servings, about 6 cups (I only got about 4
   cups) One serving: Calories 58, Protein 1 g, Fat <1g,
   Carbohydrate 14 g, Fiber .5g, Cholesterol 0, Sodium 4
   mg, Potassium 133 mg.
   Diabetic Exchange: 1 fruit Source: Univ. of Calif. San
   Diego UCSD Healthy Diet for Diabetes c. 1990