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Queso Fresco de Oveja  
A soft, fresh Mexican cheese made from sheep's milk, creating a white custard-like texture with a somewhat smoky flavor and a subtle aroma. Queso fresco de oveja, which translates into "fresh cheese of sheep" is used as a garnish crumbled on top of salads, or added as a stuffing for mushrooms, or served with bread and in sandwiches. It is also available as a flavored cheese with herb or garlic seasonings.