Cooking With Butter or Margarine

When a recipe calls for an specific ingredient like "soft butter or margarine" it doesn't usually mean the kind that you get in the tubs that are easily spreadable. It means sticks of margarine or sticks of butter. By substituting the tub butter or margarine, your recipe won't turn out correctly, as they have a lot of water in them.

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