How do you keep a bowl of sugar from getting hard?
By Kathy Allen from Sarasota, FL
This is what my grandmother used to do. Put a saltine cracker in the bowl. The cracker absorbs any moisture and leaves the sugar dry. Good luck. (06/11/2009)
I bought some very small clay bears ($1.00 each). They are sold for use in sugar containers. One fits perfectly at the bottom of the sugar bowl. They absorb moisture and the sugar stays soft. (06/12/2009)
With white sugar a saltine cracker works/keep container closed and refresh periodically. I don't know if it works for brown sugar. With rolling tobacco apple slivers moisten it or else it gets dry city, so it might work well with brown sugar. Refeshen every couple days. (06/12/2009)
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