Our thoughts run from artisan cheeses, potatoes, onions, garlic, fruits...?
Sent by MichaelEditor: Michael, you can definitely double-task your wine refrigerator for certain food items. Meat, eggs, and dairy are not options, as they need to be stored at temperatures under 40°F -- see this USDA page for more info:
But fruit and vegetables can definitely be stored there! Overall, it's best to store most fruits and vegetables at about 33°F — but this is just to prolong their freshness. If you are using your refrigerator to just store produce overnight or for a few days, the temperature there should be fine.
Cheese should be stored at temperatures between 35° and 45°F so you might be able to get away with some hard cheeses.
Readers, do you use a wine refrigerator to store anything besides wine?
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