Cookbook:Monterey Jack Cheese

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Monterey Jack is a creamy-white cheese with a smooth, open texture. With its mild-to-mellow flavor, it is perfect for snacking, slicing, or melting on Mexican dishes. The cheese was first created in the city of Monterey, in California. Most commonly eaten fresh, aged Monterey Jack can be used as a substitute for Parmesan on pasta.

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