California Wonder Bell Peppers fresh from the garden. Some I allowed to ripen to a complete red and others are still green. The red ones will provide my seeds for next year.
Huge blocky traditional peppers.
And lots of them. Normally earlier but with our cooler temperatures this year they are a bit late.
Some are dehydrated
Some are stuffed and frozen for winter meals.
These will be thrown into pastas and added to casseroles throughout the year.
No special preparation needed. Just wash and slice as desired then freeze and bag.
Lots of slicing but well worth the effort when I look at the price of peppers in the grocery store. Peppers are simple to grow and I have saved seeds from this variety for years now.
I personally adore the red ones in my pickles!
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