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Which frozen desert melts the slowest ice cream, frozen yogurt, or sorbet?
Question Date: 2019-03-31
Answer 1:

You should do the experiment yourself! However, we have some answers that might help you; you can read them on the links below.

The answer is going to depend on the water content of the dessert in question, so if you water down any of these, it will change the melting rate.

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