When the summer bell peppers are coming in thick and fast, you can choose to let the peppers fully mature and turn red, which usually slows down production of new fruits, or you can pick the peppers green to encourage another round of pepper production and simply freeze any excess peppers for winter consumption. It’s so easy to freeze peppers. Cut them in half and remove the core and seeds. Then place them on a tray and set them in the freezer. After an hour or so remove the peppers from the tray and store in plastic freezer bags.