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I have come across a recipe that states " 2 sticks of butter". How is this converted to NZ weight or quantity please. Colin Austin

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Hello Colin. Two sticks of butter is equal to 1/2 pound or 226 grams. Here is a link that will assist you also http://www.nestle.co.nz/Brands/Baking/AdviceCentre/WeightsMeasures.htm

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