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Margarine

margarine

An unsaturated butter substitute made with at least 80 percent fat by weight and flavoring from dairy products. Most margarines use vegetable oils made from soybeans, cottonseed and corn. Use margarine as a table spread and for cooking and baking. Sold in sticks and as soft spreads in tubs. Use only the stick form for baking.

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bandfan217 said: Posted: 12/18/2011 5:36 AM
In the Cooky book some of the recipes call for butter or margarine, but don't specify whether it should be regular or unsalted. How do I know which to use--does it depend on whether or not salt is included as an ingredient in the recipe. I am wanting to make the candy cane cookies but wasn't sure which to use. Thank you
 
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