1 Stick of Margarine Equals How Many Cups?

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One stick of butter or margarine is equal to half of a cup. This means that you would need two full sticks of margarine in order to have a cup. The fact that one stick of butter is half of a cup is actually written on the wrapper of the butter stick.
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Two sticks of butter or margarine equal one cup or 8 ounces.
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1 stick of butter is 1/2 a cup. So, 2 sticks of butter should do the trick.
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