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Golfeados: Venezuelan Sticky buns

TravelingBastards | Mar 22, 201209:46 PM     6

Hi everyone: I plan on making golfeados for my venezuelan husband's birthday but am having trouble locating two of the ingredients: Venezuelan queso blanco, a type of semi-hard white cheese with small holes similar to swiss cheese, but with a much milder taste, almost like sheep's milk (NOT Mexican soft queso blanco) and papelón, a hard, cone shaped form of brown sugar. Does anyone know where I can buy these items or know a good substitute (esp. the cheese)? I've checked numerous latin markets but nobody seems to have them.

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