Yes you can! It is equal volume as well ( 1 cup oil is 2 sticks butter). However butter has water in it so it is best to add about 1 tablespoon of water to the oil for every 1/2 cup.
1 Tablespoon is equal to 0.5 Fluid Ounces
That would also be 1 tablespoon, which is 1/8 of a stick of butter. Tablespoon amounts are marked on the paper wrapper, so you can slice off the amount you need with a knife.
1 tablespoon of fats is 1 tablespoon of fats.Butter, shortening, oil, cocoa butter, coconut oil, lard, tallow ... etc. all weigh, with very slight variation, about 76% as much as the equivalent amount of water. Butter is a slight mixture of fats and milk solids, about 95 to 97% fats and weighs essentially the same as any food oils.
12 tbsp 1 cup = 16 tablespoons 1 tablespoon = 0.06 cup
1 tablespoon of butter is equal to 14.18 grams. 150 grams is equal to 10.58 tablespoons.
1 tablespoon of butter equals 14.18 grams. 125 grams of butter would equal 8.82 tablespoons
Canola is not a dairy product so there is no butter in canola oil. However if you are looking for a substitute, you could use a tablespoon of butter instead of a tablespoon of canola oil. If you were using cups rather than tablespoons, you may need to make a slight adjustment on the liquids.http://canolaeatwell.com/ask-judy-canola-oil-and-baking/
1 cup = 16 tablespoons 1 tablespoon = 0.06 cup
1 tablespoon of butter is equal to approximately 14.18 grams of butter mass, so 10 tablespoons of butter would be equal to approximately 141.75 grams of butter mass.