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Old 12-15-2007, 04:59 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by expatgirl View Post
Thanks, DramaQueen, I did what you suggested and found other neat toys as well. The beauty of the discs is that you can leave them in for 3 months and they make great gifts. I'm taking a bunch back for gifts and found that a Bed, Bath & Beyond near me has them in now. Thanks so much!! :)
You're right about giving them as gifts. My friends complained about their brown sugar going to rock and I showed them what I use. I decided to give one to each of them along with a container of brown sugar cookies. They loved the disc. They still use them. Hope they liked the cookies as well. It made a nice little token gift.

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Old 12-16-2007, 08:04 AM   #22
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Wow---a disc and a batch of cookies to go with them----that's a great idea, DQ!!!!! Where I live, brown sugar is not on the shelves for long so you've inspired me

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Old 12-16-2007, 08:43 AM   #23
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speaking of brown sugar, I get really irritated at the stores always having sales on the light brown sugar but never the dark brown, which I think is so much nicer. And the dark brown has those little solidified nuggets in them, that the kids and I mine out for a little nibble treat too.
On occasion when I've run out of brown sugar, I've made my own by adding a little Gramdma's Molasses to the white sugar and mixed through it. Very good flavor.
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Old 02-06-2008, 09:36 AM   #24
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I live in Las Vegas where the humidity seldom goes above 10% so my brown sugar can get as hard as a rock in a short time. I have been using the discs for years and now my sugar stays as soft as the day I bought it. You soak the disc in water for about 15 minutes then stick it in the sugar. I do this about once a month. Here is what it looks like.
I have those too .

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