What Is an Oleo Substitute?

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Oleo is refers to margarine that is mainly composed of plant oils and naturally appears white or almost white in colour. A substitute of oleo is butter. Oleo does not contain dairy products.
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Butter or margarine.
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1. Read the cake mix box to determine the amount of cooking oil the cake mix calls for. 2. Find the matching measurement printed on a stick of oleo. If the cake mix calls for 1/4
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Oleo is a hydrogenated oil better known as margarine. Butter can be
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Unsalted butter should be used instead of margarine - it will taste much better.
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