I hate trying to buy frozen fish during the Summer months.
I used to put the package straight into a grocery bag, however most of it would melt on the way home.
Putting it in a paper bag helped, however soon I realized I’d need to cement the frozen fish in between many other cold grocery items. But when that only added a slight change, I realized I should combine both ideas. I got a small supper box sized cooler and put many cold drinks from my fridge inside so I could cement the frozen fish in between. This finally did the job right. Using these coolers for all cold plus perishable food is a good idea, especially if you have a long drive home. The last thing you want is the fish spoiling in your car as you make your way back to your house. I also buy cannabis items that are temperature sensitive, mainly concentrates like distillate, shatter, wax, rosin, hash, plus crumble. Some of these items will melt at temperatures higher than 71 degrees, making a mess in the container they’re sold in. Other concentrates like distillate oil plus shatter get seriously difficult and brittle at cold temperatures. This is perfect with shatter, because at that temperature you can often get a smooth break when you go to snap a small piece off. With a distillate syringe, if the product is too cold, it won’t squeeze out no matter how difficult you try.