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Table with specific weight and volume units of Butter, salted amounts with conversions into their respective grams (g) and ounces (oz) NET WT. equivalent measures.
|Measure & Unit name||= g||= oz|
|g, gram||1.00 g||0.035 oz|
|dag, dekagram (10g)||10.00 g||0.35 oz|
|portion 100 g, grams||100.00 g||3.53 oz|
|kg, kilogram (1,000g)||1,000.00 g||35.27 oz|
|oz, ounce (28.35g)||28.35 g||1.00 oz|
|lb, pound (16oz)||453.59 g||16.00 oz|
|pat (1" sq, 1/3" high)||5.00 g||0.18 oz|
|tbsp||14.20 g||0.50 oz|
|cup||227.00 g||8.01 oz|
|stick||113.00 g||3.99 oz|
The conversion results for Butter, salted amounts found in the table below reflect the Unit From measure chosen in the units converter above.
|Measure & Unit name||=|
|1 g, gram|
|1 dag, dekagram (10g)|
|1 portion 100 g, grams|
|1 kg, kilogram (1,000g)|
|1 oz, ounce (28.35g)|
|1 lb, pound (16oz)|
|1 pat (1" sq, 1/3" high)|
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The primary benefit of butter, is that it is better to use for frying because butter, either salted or without salt, doesn't change its structure under a heat source. As opposed to, for instance, vegetable oils which change their chemical structure and become oxidized hence causing free radical damage in the human body.
Butter also contains a little of the Vitamin D (we consume butter and after within the digestive process kidneys produce the Vitamin D), and of Course calcium as it is produced from a dairy milk. The volumetric weight of salted butter per 1 cup equals to 227 grams or 8 oz net wet.
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