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As long as the seeds have fully matured, there's no reason to dry or do anything to them. The seeds being fully mature depends mostly on the peppers themselves being mature. You might take all the seeds, plant a few and see if you can get a crop in this year (this will depend on where you live, as its sort of late), and put the rest in a paper envelope in the fridge so you can get an earlier start next year.
Be forewarned that sometimes seeds are not true to their parent fruit (the peppers that grow might be really different from what you bought). It's a big problem with tomato seeds, I'm not sure how it is for peppers.
I think some types of seeds need cold shock or to nick the seed coats etc, but these should be fine, Cold fridge storage always helps and as soon as you take them out they sprout straight away. Good luck.
peppers will grow dried or fresh, like said many times peppers are picked really early and will not be mature enough to grow. really hot peppers though generally seem to be ok...the only ones i had issues with were bell and jalepeno cause they picked them so green.
-------------------- The seeds you won't sow are the plants you dont grow.
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