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the one place we go to will sell it to me but, I don't get the package to look it up , I cannot complain since they don't have to sell it to me .

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I do but it does not come out the same. some things in life one cannot seek a deal on and cheese happens to be one of them I won't save on, from texture , taste , etc....I really cannot stand proccessed cheeses that ooze oil when heated or melted yuckkkkk

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It sounds like queso fresco, but it also might be asadero. Both can be found in specialty markets or bigger chain supermarkets.

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Buy better cheese

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if it stays dense when melted has a mild taste, and is not greasy that could be it . we go to 2 mexican restraunts for this dish and another which consists of 2 medallions ( one place uses a sirloin the other uses Filet mignon) and the wrap them w/ bacon cover w/ the cheese and a roasted pablono pepper another killer dish but the cheese tames the heat of the pepper

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It's probably queso fresco.

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I understand that but I have tried to duplicate the dish as simple as it is but many of the cheeses I buy end up with alot of grease or oil from the cheese, and every time I ask they answer the same . they have been great with many questions I have regarding thier fare but the cheese for the shrimp is what I have not been able to copy unless i get it from them

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D grey the cheese is a mild mexican cheese..... when I ask the restraunt they just tell me "queso" it is milder than muenster, and is not greasy but does round off the shrimp and bacon wrap

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"nice stuffying job there E of dgrey...that dress is packed :) "

Why thank you. ;-)

It's my favorite corset actually...not hard to stuff at all. :p

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golden fried clams with ff and homemade tartar sauce and onion rings too.......mmmmmmmmmmmmm :)

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