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Specifically: (1) Can the yeast & carbon dioxide from the sourdough starter harm the wine bottles I'm aging in the refrigerator, and (2) Roughly how often would I have to feed the starter if stored only at 52 degrees F?

  1. Can the yeast & carbon dioxide from the sourdough starter harm the wine bottles I'm aging in the refrigerator, and
  2. Roughly how often would I have to feed the starter if stored only at 52 degrees F?

Thanks in advance for your input!

Specifically: (1) Can the yeast & carbon dioxide from the sourdough starter harm the wine bottles I'm aging in the refrigerator, and (2) Roughly how often would I have to feed the starter if stored only at 52 degrees F?

Thanks in advance for your input!

Specifically:

  1. Can the yeast & carbon dioxide from the sourdough starter harm the wine bottles I'm aging in the refrigerator, and
  2. Roughly how often would I have to feed the starter if stored only at 52 degrees F?

Thanks in advance for your input!

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Storing sourdough starters with wine in a wine fridge?

Specifically: (1) Can the yeast & carbon dioxide from the sourdough starter harm the wine bottles I'm aging in the refrigerator, and (2) Roughly how often would I have to feed the starter if stored only at 52 degrees F?

Thanks in advance for your input!