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Yes, you can. Slice off the top of the already washed pepper, uncooked, and remove the seeds. Place in freezer bags and freeze. When you're ready to cut up the pepper, removed from the bag and cut while frozen. You can add them still frozen to the dish you are cooking. If you want to stuff them, allow to thaw, stuff them with your favorite stuffing and bake.

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