how many teaspoons are in a half cup of butter?

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There are 8 TBS. in 1 stick. And 5 and 1/3 TBS. is 1/3 cup - so you would need 1 full stick plus almost ½ of another to make 2/3 cups. Can you use softened butter and measure it in measuring cups? What are you making with it? Good luck!