Queso Fresco is one of my all time favorite cheeses typically found on some Mexican/Latino dishes also known as Queso Blanco. You know that creamy, salty, and crumbly cheese shaped like a wheel you see at the store? It’s usually about $5.99. It’s kind of expensive for a cheese that has a short shelf life especially when you don’t have enough people to eat it up in time. Well, that’s just another reason to make homemade Queso Fresco, because it costs about half the price and fresh homemade cheese tastes ten times better. The key to this recipe is making sure you have the right tools ahead of time, which really require kitchen staples except for the lesser common kitchen thermometer and cheese cloth. Both of which you can easily find at your local grocery store today. Plus, making homemade cheese is kinda cool. It’s a lost art. It’s a fun sharing experience with friends and family. It makes for a great gift as well.