Brown sugar solid rock? I know the frustration when you are about to make a recipe that requires brown sugar. You go to the pantry and find it hard as a rock. No problem now, you have few options:
1. The first rule is to keep your brown sugar in an air tight plastic bag or container.
2. Second; while in Denver, Colorado, I went to a local grocery market an uncovered that they have in stock a small terracotta item about the size of a quarter, that when dropped inside your brown sugar container, it will keep the sugar flowing for months. They are called Brown Sugar Preserver and you can Google it to purchase one or more. Real cheap, under $5.
3. Finally, other option is to soak a piece of paper towel and put it inside the tight plastic bag for a day or two.
Genius, no more waste.
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