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Limeade is a refreshing drink made with lime juice, water, and sugar. It is similar to lemonade, but made with lime juice instead of lemon juice.
Limeade was first created in the 19th century. The earliest known recipe was published in 1876. This recipe called for lime juice, water, sugar, and ice. Over the years, many variations of limeade have been created.
Today, limeade is a popular summertime drink. It can be found in many restaurants and supermarkets. Limeade is also a popular flavor of ice cream, sherbet, and other frozen desserts.
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