Yea, that should do it; put it in a paper bag, and take a whack at it with a hammer.
I'm confused as to why it taste different, and better, than molasses, even tho it tastes almost just like molasses, as light molasses is supposed to be the same thing, only not boiled down quite as far. Maybe it is the process of clarifying the liquid molasses, removing the tiny particles of crushed cane fiber, that alters the flavor? Although I thought that could be accomplished simply by allowing the fibers to fall to the bottom over the course of a couple days.
Tastes more like chewing on a cane stalk than molasses does. I think it some kind of sourness that gets into molasses, that isn't present in raw cane, and isn't present in these blocks of unrefined sugar.
It was better on my cold cereal (Uncle Sam Cereal) than maple syrup. And a lot less costly, too.