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What is a cube of butter equal to?

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A typical cube of butter is a 4-ounce stick, wrapped in wax paper and sold four to a carton. The volume of one stick is approximately 9 tablespoons, although the wrapper is usually marked for 8 tablespoons.

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Butter is the fatty portion of milk, separating as a soft whitish or yellowish solid when milk or cream is agitated or churned. The watery liquid left behind is buttermilk. Butter is used as a spread and a condiment on food. Butter is also used in cooking, such as baking, sautéing and frying. Butter contains butterfat, milk proteins and water. Salt, flavorings and preservatives may be added.

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