I live in Phoenix, AZ. We like to keep our house around 78-80 degrees because most of the time it doesn't bother us, and we save a ton of money that way. Once the temps drop below 90, we usually nix the A/C altogether.
My jar of coconut oil is completely liquid due to it's low melting point. I know it is typically okay to store "in a cool, dry place" such as the pantry, but is it okay to store it in the pantry if it's slightly above "cool" in the house? I don't mind that it's liquid, I typically use it for cooking so I don't particularly need it in the more solid form, but is it bad for the coconut oil? Should I be storing it in the fridge?