|A pinch of brown sugar is a delightful garnish on top of yogurt, fruit salad, cereal, pancakes, sweet potatoes, ice cream and much more. But it has a tendency to lose moisture and solidify into a hard brick.
When brown sugar gets hard, put it into a microwave-safe container and zap it for 60 seconds. The old-fashioned method, placing a slice of fresh apple into the sugar canister, still works; but it takes overnight or longer for the moisture from the apple to absorb into the sugar.
A microwave zap does it every time! Kenmore microwave available at Amazon.com.
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