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Do you have an abundance of peppers from your garden? If not take advantage of the low prices right now and stock your freezer with frozen peppers.
Peppers are quite easy to freeze. Select crisp, tender green, red, yellow or orange peppers.
Wash; cut out stem and remove seeds.
You can freeze peppers whole, as halves, strips or diced.
Do not blanch. Pack peppers into plastic freezer boxes or freezer bags or use your food sealer. Seal, label and freeze. The peppers may not be as crisp as they were when they were picked but they will be perfect to use in soups, stews or stir-fry’s.
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