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Storing your white sugar in a decorative bowl or shaker is both practical and functional. Heat and humidity, however, can quickly turn your sugar lumpy. To learn how to prevent your sugar from clumping, read on!
Linda Gilson Gloede
Linda Gilson Gloede • 2 years ago

How to Keep Sugar From Clumping: place a teaspoon of rice in a mesh or cloth teabag and place at the bottom of your sugar bowl to absorb moisture- I'm going to try this!

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