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Creme de Menthe sherbet

I'm helping transcribe the food and drink dishes from the New York Public Library's extensive menu collection (you can help, too: http://menus.nypl.org/) and I just ran across Creme de Menthe sherbet on a 1917 Hotel Belmont menu. I found a recipe online, but it contained gelatin, which I would rather avoid. Do any of you have a recipe?

Diana B is a trusted home cook.

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You can make sherbet without gelatin but it won't have the same mouth feel as this 1900's recipe - which to me would be a good thing.