Seeding Green Peppers

Slice through each indentation along the length of the pepper. Grip the rounded end at the bottom side of the pepper and peel back toward the stem. It should automatically tear off along the stem. There will be very few seeds attached. Do this for each rounded section until all of the pepper is removed from the stem. Then slice or dice each section.

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Source: I don't remember ever reading a tip like this, I just happened to try it once and it worked so well, I do it all the time now.

By Sandra13 from Bettendorf, IA

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