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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Oleo is margarine. Crisco IS shortening (shortening is the generic name and Crisco is the brand name. If you don't have any of this stuff on hand you could just use butter. The texture
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