Freeze Dried Bell Peppers


Freeze Dried Bell Peppers Famously “Rock” – For Many Appetizing Food Dishes

Jim's famous "firehouse chili"

Put ‘em in any stir fry.  Add some extra flavor to your Hamburger Helper – or, spaghetti sauce – or, “firehouse chili” – or, just throw them in a raw salad.  Freeze dried bell peppers are all the rage.

Long lasting storage – 25 years.  Extremely convenient – just grab a vacuum-packed Mason jar full of them!  And, use them just like you would fresh bell peppers.

I cannot begin to count the many times I wanted to add a bell pepper – or two – to a dish and none was available in the fridge.  So, the dish was “bell pepper-less” – because, there was no way I was going to undergo a “knee-jerk” visit to the grocery store for just a coupla bell peppers!  How insane would that be?

But, since I discovered the wonderful world of freeze drying – thanks to Harvest Right – I never have to worry about being able to add that special bell pepper flavor to any of my concoctions.


It’s A Cinch To Freeze Dry Bell Peppers

Bell peppers in trays - ready for freeze drying.

Just slice them up – and load the bare metal trays.  Stick the trays in the freeze dryer and start ‘er up!  Harvest Right Home Freeze Dryer Operation gives you all the details for how to use the equipment.

There’s no need for using Harvest Right’s silicone mats.  The freeze dried bell peppers never stick.

These veggies get through a freeze drying cycle in record time – usually between 24 and 36 hours.

And, you’re done!

Freeze dried bell peppers in trays.

Just stick the dried bell peppers into a Mason jar with an oxygen absorber.  Get out your Foodsaver Vacuum System and pull a good vacuum on the jars using the Foodsaver Mason jar attachment.  And, stick ‘em on the shelf for future use.


Thank God For The Harvest Right Home Freeze Dryer.

Jim's Harvest Right Freeze Dryer

I credit this freeze dryer for getting me through some very bountiful harvest seasons in my backyard home garden.

Without this wonderful machine, much of my harvest would either be in my neighbors’ kitchens – or, left to rot – becoming garbage.

Now, I don’t waste a single bell pepper.

And, for those of you who don’t do gardening, I know that sometimes you see great sales on bell peppers – and would like to buy a train load of them when you see those low, low prices.  You just don’t know if you can use them all up before they spoil.

Now, like me, you don’t have to worry.  The Harvest Right Home Freeze Dryer is the answer to always having food available to keep your family going – and eating healthy – through the toughest of times!


Re-hydrating Bell Peppers Is Super Easy!

Jim's special beef stew - with fresh bell peppers from the garden.

You can put them in a bowl of room temperature water for a couple of hours.  Or, you can do as I do – and, just pop them into the food dish you are preparing on the stove or in the oven – and, they’ll re-hydrate themselves with the juices of the creation you’re making.

Adding freeze dried bell peppers to a salad – just as they come out of the Mason jar – offers an explosion of bell pepper taste, too.  The flavor is concentrated in the veggie – since only the water has been removed in the freeze drying process.


So What Say You?

Wouldn’t you like to try making your own freeze dried bell peppers?  Get on over to the Harvest Right website and check out the Harvest Right Home Freeze Dryer.  I dare you to NOT love this incredible machine and its capabilities!  You’ll save so much money by being able to use ALL the bell peppers and other veggies, meats, fruits, sweets, etc., that you buy at bargain prices – that this unbelievable equipment will pay for itself in a year!!!

Comment below or email me with questions and thoughts about freeze dried bell peppers – or, the freeze drying process in general!


Jim, the Lifelong Gardener

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