Christine from Melbourne, Australia
One stick of butter is 8 tablespoons, and that equals 118.259 mililiters. I don't know for sure if that's what you need, but there's a good metric conversion tool at http://www.gourmetsleuth.com/conversions.htm (08/01/2006)
Continued.... A stick of butter which is 8 tablespoons equals .113 kilograms. I think kilograms is what you need rather than milliliters. I hope this helps. (08/01/2006)
Four sticks of butter weigh one pound, or 16 ounces. This is how we usually purchase it here in the US, in a 4 stick, one pound box. One "stick" of butter weighs 4 ounces. One stick of butter is 1/2 cup and if I'm reading my measuring cup correctly, would be somewhere between 120 to 125 ml. Hope this helps! I'm sorry I haven't learned the metric system. I believe my grandchildren have learned it. Wish one of them were here so I could ask them! (08/01/2006)
By Grandma Margie
Well, I don't know metric, but a stick of butter is 8 tablespoons or 4 ounces. I hope you can convert this to metric now. (08/01/2006)
It is 113 grams (or 4 oz. standard) (08/01/2006)
Thanks everyone, I can now make the recipe for toffee. (08/02/2006)
1 STICK EQUALS 1/2 CUP OF BUTTER (08/02/2006)
It's a half of a cup (08/02/2006)
Food conversion charts - a good reference for all to save.
Here's another website that you can convert almost anything:
One stick of butter is 1/2 cup or approx. 113 grams. (08/02/2006)
Another way to figure it is a stick of butter is 8 tablespoons. (08/02/2006)
UNITED STATES 1 STICK OF BUTTER EQUALS 113 GR. APROX, 1/2 CUP
(NOTE: IN MEXICO 1 STICK OF BUTTER EQUALS 90 GR.) (08/02/2006)
Click on the volume conversion or the metric conversion chart. In the US sticks of butter are sold 4 to a package, one package is 1 pound or 16 ounces. One stick of butter is 4 ounces.
To convert this to metric I think it is -
1 stick = 4 ounces = 0.1134 killograms. I hope this helps. Bev (08/02/2006)
Into metric please.
Editor's Note: It is 1/2 pound which is 227 grams
How Much is a cup of butter.
Editor's Note: 1/2 a pound or 2 cubes. (07/01/2007)
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