How to dry sugar when it gets wet accidentally ?

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    Jane, we need more details: how much sugar, how wet, wet with water or something else...? – Stephie Dec 17 '17 at 13:41

If the sugar is just damp -not wet beach sand- tip it through a sieve/strainer gently enough to catch the clumps. These lumps can be air-dried in a shallow layer (not humid conditions) then once again into a strainer and rubbed through to separate. Or just enjoy the homemade 'cubes' with your tea.


Drying out the sugar and passing it through a food processor can return the granularity of it.

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    The question: "How to dry sugar..." – Stephie Dec 18 '17 at 5:15

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