1 stick of butter = 1/4 pound
Two sticks make 1 cup of butter
The recipe called for three sticks of butter.
You need 2 sticks
One stick of butter is 1/2 cup. It takes two sticks to make a cup.
Four sticks of butter make a pound. Each stick is a half a cup and 4 ounces.
A triangle only has three sides. If you put three sticks together, you can make a triangle. If you had four sticks, you cannot make a triangle. That is why only three sticks are needed.
4 sticks in a pound. 4x40=160
Most sticks of butter are marked on the side with fluid measure. The quarter pound sticks in our refrigerator indicate 1/2 cup per stick. So, 4 sticks would make a pint.
2 sticks of butter (1 cup, or 16 tablespoons) make a half-pound of butter.
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One stick of butter = 1/2 cup
normally it means a block of butter. Most companies make butter in different incraments. one of them are a box of four blocks (or sticks of butter).
A "stick of butter" is 1/4 of a pound or 4 ounces. 4 ounces = 113.5 grams. 400 gams ÷ 113.5 = 3.52 So 3 and a half sticks of butter should be close to 400 grams.
No, 1 stick of butter is equal to 1/2 cup. It takes 2 sticks to make 1 cup.
One stick of butter is 4oz. That is 62 gm, so 30 is about 1/2 a stick.
its like comparing guns and butter...if you want to make more butter you have give up some guns...if you want to make more guns you have to give up some sticks of butter.
Make a tetrahedron (three sided pyramid) Make it three dimensional. have the base be a triangle and then make three sides on it like a triangle pyramid. Triforce. ..▲ ▲ ▲
You can make African butter cookies. Yo just need 4 sticks of butter a LOT of granulated sugar. If you are talking about chocolate chip cookies those are gross so make Asian cookies instead
To make a ladder you need sticks. On the crafting table it should look like this Sticks Nothing Sticks Sticks Sticks Sticks Sticks Nothing Sticks
4, I think 4 every cube is a half and 2 make a cup do the math
For butter, you can use a measuring cup, or a liquid measuring cup. They have the same measurements, just used for different purposes. Also, on sticks of butter they have measurements on the rapper, which make it very help for measurements! Good luck in your cooking!
You can describe pizza sticks as a pseudo pizza. Instead of cutting the pizza in wedges, one can cut pizza sticks straight across and then make vertical cuts. This makes stick shaped pieces which are good for dipping in marinara or garlic butter sauce.
Sometimes you can use oil for butter, but a lot of the time you can't. 2 sticks is a fair amount and oil is going to change the consistency of almost any finished product . If the butter is to be melted, tablespoon for tablespoon. 16 in two sticks means 16 of oil. If it is for cookies or some sort of dough, using oil is going to cause them to spread a lot more than with butter. I have used oil to make biscuits and I can live with them. Fine fresh, but they tend to be a bit dry if rewarmed.
Take 5 sticks of stride, a tspn. of peanut butter and chew for 5 min.. then blow!!!! Huge!!!!