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There’s perhaps nothing better than getting in your car on a weekend, heading to Sam’s Club, eating all the samples you can find, and perusing the aisles for hours looking at items you probably don’t need but want anyway. But, on your next journey to the members club, there really is one thing you need to buy: Member's Mark Smoked Gouda Pimento Spread.

Yes, you read that right. You absolutely must pick up a tiny bucket of this ooey, gooey, cheesy goodness. Why? Because it may be the best thing you eat all year that’s why. Don’t believe us? Just read the reviews:

“I have bought a lot of cheese spreads in my time, and this is definitely one of the best, if not the best,” a customer named Mari wrote. “The taste is very smooth, and none of the flavors hit you over the head. The flavors combine subtly to make a very superior and very delicious product. I opened it as soon as we got home, and spread it on a crust of bread. It made a very satisfying and delicious lunch. This will be on my list at least once a month. Even if you aren't a fan of pimiento, you will like this. The pimento has a fairly low profile, and there's a nice smooth cheesiness.”

And Mari isn’t alone.

“I'm on my third tub and I love this stuff. I use it both cold and warm,” member Peony wrote. “In addition to the sandwich, crackers, celery servings etc that other reviewers have mentioned, I have served this warm with tortilla chips and have had people who rarely eat this "stuff" do everything except lick the bowl. Seriously! If you haven't tried it warm, you must.”

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And the reviews just like that go on and on and on. But what makes it so special? According to Sam’s Club, the cheese is made by blending cheddar and cream cheeses, sweet pimentos, roasted garlic and, what could be considered the magic ingredient: Worcestershire sauce. Best of all the cheese is always fresh and never frozen.

So, go ahead, pick up a tub or two and impress your friends at your next gathering. Just maybe ignore the nutrition facts if you’re on a diet.

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