While there are several ways to soften hard brown sugar, one method involves placing a few apple slices into an airtight container with the brown sugar. In one or two days, the sugar softens and the slices may be removed... More »

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Soften brown sugar quickly by placing it in a bowl covered with a damp paper towel. Microwave it for 20 seconds at a time until it becomes soft. Another option is to place pieces of brown sugar in a food processor, and p... More »

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Brown sugar is kept soft and fluffy by storing the baking ingredient in an airtight container and by introducing a source of moisture into the container. Hardened brown sugar is rehabilitated using the same method. More »

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One method of softening brown sugar includes sealing it in a bag with a slice of bread or a few slices of apple for a day. Another method is microwaving it in a bowl for about 20 seconds with a damp paper towel on top. More »

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To store air-dried or dehydrated chives, place them in an airtight container, such as a canning jar or plastic bag, and keep them in a dry, cool area away from the sun. You can preserve their flavor longer if you store t... More »

Soften brown sugar quickly by placing it in a bowl covered with a damp paper towel. Microwave it for 20 seconds at a time until it becomes soft. Another option is to place pieces of brown sugar in a food processor, and p... More »

www.reference.com Food Food Facts Dry Ingredients

Brown sugar is kept soft and fluffy by storing the baking ingredient in an airtight container and by introducing a source of moisture into the container. Hardened brown sugar is rehabilitated using the same method. More »

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