Yes, and get some more! That's what I use for all my fruit wines, unless I'm making a big batch. They do have the lids, too, if you ask nicely! Frostings and peanut butter come in those and of course, they are food safe!
You can use it for primary, and even secondary if you just drill a small hole in the lid for the airlock. You rack young fruit wines often, so that size is very good! You can make 3 gallon batches of dandelion in it (doesn't foam much), 2 gallons of everything else. Rhubarb, blueberry, blackberry, chokecherry, peach, etc. The possibilites are endless! Then, when major fermentation is over, you can use the 4 liter size of Carlo Rossi jug wines. A #6 stopper fits in there perfectly! Great for the 2 gallon batches.
Edit for clarity- you would use 2 jugs, one gallon each, of the Carlo Rossi when you rack into secondary and/or bulk aging.
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