There is not really a hard and fast rule to the right amount of oil to replace butter, but you can typically use about three-quarters of the amount of butter that is called for in the recipe. For instance, if the recipe calls for 10 tablespoons of butter, you can use about 7 1/2 tablespoons of oil.
No, you cannot deep-fry in butter. It simply can't handle the heat, it will brown and burn before you reach deep-frying temperatures. In a comment you say that vegetable oils are unstable when heated, but it is in fact the opposite: butter is much more unstable when heated.
Use butter instead of oil Most boxed cake mixes call for a neutral oil, such as canola or vegetable. Next time, try using melted butter in place of the oil in a 1-to-1 substitution. Not only will your cake get a buttery flavor boost, but it will also have a firmer, denser texture.
Baking. Bread, Muffins, Rolls, Cakes, Cupcakes – A 1:1 substitution usually works well (1 cup oil for every 1 cup butter). But you can reduce the oil by up to 3 tablespoons per cup if you want to keep the fat level the same in your recipe.
Can I Use Both Butter and Oil in Cake? Oh yes, you sure can. This recipe has a combination of butter and oil to give off that nice buttery taste while keeping it soft and moist at the same time. Cake using pure butter tends to be more dense and dry compared to adding oil into the batter.
This means that a fully realized Super Saiyan god is 10X stronger than a Super Saiyan Blue (which also lends creadince to my scale for Super Saiyan god being 10X stronger than Super Saiyan 3). Super Saiyan Blue is a forced way to enter god form while Super Saiyan god is more natural.
The official multiplier for SSJ4 is 4,000. SSG is 6 times as strong as SSJ4. So SSJ4 is only 10% Beerus.