Substitute for Unsalted Butter?

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You can usually substitute salted butter for unsalted butter in most recipes. When you do, just reduce the salt required for the recipe. Reduce the salt by half a teaspoon for ever cup of butter used.
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1. Read your recipe to discover how much unsalted butter the recipe creator intended to be used. 2. Measure exactly as much salted butter as the recipe requiring unsalted butter specifies
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Regular butter will do fine.
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1 Check the use-by date when purchasing unsalted butter . Aim to buy one with a good amount of time before it reaches this date. Choose a smaller stick or block (they usually come
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Calories in unsalted butter Here you can choose from ounces, grams, tablespoon, teaspoon, pound, cup, or stick measurements. In spoonfuls or small pats of unsalted butter there are:
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