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Queso, also known as cheese in Spanish, is a type of food derived from milk and produced in a wide range of flavors, textures, and forms. It's a rich source of protein, calcium, and several other nutrients. The process of cheese making involves curdling milk and then separating the solids from the liquid (whey). In the context of Tex-Mex cuisine, "Queso" usually refers to a hot molten cheese dip, often served with tortilla chips. This creamy, spicy, gooie dip is typically made with a blend of melted cheese, cream, and chili peppers.
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