I was making queso dip, threw in a bunch of cheese with some milk, melted it down in a pot, and got it to mix together. I was out of milk, and it was too thick, so I threw in some water. That worked, but although it was all mixed in, the cheese itself simply broke into small pieces suspended in the liquid. If I dipped a spoon in it, it would be liquid, but the suspended cheese would solidify once in the mouth and create a small ball. Is there any way to fix this consistency issue and get it to actually coalesce together?
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