What is room temperature?
Say you're drinking red wine, which is apparently best served at room temperature.
What is room temperature?
Is it the ideal comfort temperature, or does it refer to temperatures relative to the climate you are in at the time?
It is one of those vague terms. I think it means whatever temperature you find comfortable. Other words, there is no need to heat or cool the product or item, unless someone else has heated or cooled it to an extreme level.
It depends on what you're room's temperature is...
but in general room temperature is 78.6 I believe.
"Room temperature" is commonly taken to be about 68 deg F. If/when considering a room where my ex- and her mother are in it ... "room temperature" will be about (minus) -140 deg F (about the temperature of dry ice).....
Temperature of an object is its thermal condition which determines whether it will take heat from or give up heat to another body when the two bodies are in thermal contact. this is the definition of temperature. The unit of temperature is Kelvin. temperature is unit which used for measuring the hotness or coldness of a body. And room temperature means which prevails in a room.
by Liz Elias 6 years ago
What is "room temperature," in degrees Farenheit? I am referring to cooking ingredients,and red wine? It seems to me that everyone has a different comfort level, and that "room temperature" will be different in everyone's home.
by breathe2travel 4 years ago
Do you prefer your cheese cold or room temperature when eating as a finger food?
by Marissa 6 years ago
Which is better to drink: room temperature or ice cold water?Does it matter?
by Audrey Selig 7 years ago
Must medication be taken with room temperature water to dissolve and be absorbed by the body?Sometimes I take medication with cold water from the fridge. Is this a poor habit?
by JT Walters 7 years ago
Do you prefer cold beer or room temperature beer?
by Maria Janta-Cooper 5 years ago
What minimal temperature has to be in the room to make you feel comfortable?
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