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Fermentation is a big deal in our household. Several times a month we find ourselves making the following items:

- bread
- kimchi
- yogurt
- kombucha
- tempeh

These different foods require specific temperatures which can be hard to maintain for long periods of time during the extremes of winter and summer. 

This instructable explains how we made a stylish fermentation chamber by combining our home made temperature controller kit and a wine fridge from the dumpster. 

Step 1: Remove the Backplate

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There are over a dozen phillips head screws holding the back plate on the "Haier" fridge I was working with. They are sheet metal screws which come off quickly. I used a drill.

Once the metal plate is loose cut the wires holding the back plate to the fridge.