Brick of Brown Sugar

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    Possible Duplicate:
    How to store brown sugar without it becoming hard?

    If I don't use brown sugar quickly it gets hard. I mean brick-hard. I've tried re-sealing bags, and putting it in crocks, it didn't make any difference.

    Any suggestions on how to keep this from happening?

    Any way to un-brick my current bag?

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