Top 16 Barter Items Every Prepper Should Have

What are you going to do when the zombies arrive? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. You’ll be prepared for any of life’s little surprises with these top 16 barter items every prepper should have! The only thing left to do is stock up on ammo and canned goods. From solar panels to toilet paper, this list will keep your bug out bag stocked with supplies that can be traded for other necessities. Whether it’s a zombie apocalypse or an economic collapse, always be prepared for what nature throws at you next!

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Barter Items Every Prepper Should Have

1. Eggs

2. Butter

It’s the canned goods your grandma would have loved. 

3. Honey

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4. Salt

5. Coffee

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6. Garlic cloves/powder (useful for vampires, too)

7 . Dessicated coconut meat or flakes (fiber and fat) – keep indefinitely without refrigeration! – boil in water to rehydrate for veggies and soup stock, puts the fats back into dairy products, can make pancakes with it ! Nice chewable bites when added to food or eaten alone! Good source of potassium too! Used medicinally as a mild laxative and treatment for bowel problems such as constipation by manual pressure on abdomen after evacuation; should be used carefully because its effects are stronger than those produced by many

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When our current economic system fails and money becomes worthless, you will have to learn a few new skills in order to survive. One of these is bartering. Bartering has been around for centuries as an alternative trading method that does not involve cash; instead trade goods or services are exchanged between two people who don’t always need the same thing equally (or at all). For example, if you want some beef from your local farmer but he doesn’t really want any more electronics equipment like what your company produces then perhaps something else might work better such as milk?

What would happen when financial systems fail and money is no longer valued in its traditional way? Would we be able find other ways to live with each other without using currency now

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It is not a bad idea to be prepared for hard times. This article will give you some ideas on what items every prepper should have that can be used as bartering tools in case of an emergency situation or economic collapse. Cash, silver and gold are just the beginning!

Clean hands are happy hands.

When the SHTF, canned goods will be a great item to have in order to barter with. They do not require refrigeration or cooking and they last for weeks on end without spoiling – making them one of the best long-term survivalist items you can buy!

When times become hard enough there is an old saying that applies well: “You cannot eat gold”. This means if all other forms of wealth are lost, then at least we would still have food as it has always been valuable throughout history because people need sustenance just like any other body needs water. Canned Goods should also be stocked sparingly though since these won’t help anyone during short term emergencies (they don’t keep very well), but

You’ve tried the rest, now try the best. 

When going to the store is no longer an option, any kind of fresh food will be highly sought after. This includes meats, cheese, milk, eggs and fruits which may not always grow locally all year round. The importance of purified water cannot be overstated but it’s also important to keep in mind other necessities like medical supplies as well such as insect repellant or sunscreen that might only last a few hours without reapplication if you don’t have access to them on your own time.

When going out for provisions becomes nearly impossible because there are too many zombies around (or whatever), people need things from the grocery store including meat products; breads and dairy substitutes; vegetables requiring less space than root crops so they can stay cool aboard

Medical supplies for the weird and wonderful. 

Luxury Consumables. As the name implies, these are items that people want but don’t need to survive. I’m not condoning their use of some of them; cigarettes, liquor and coffee come to mind as a few examples on this list which may be bad for you in excess or all at once respectively. But there’s also sweets like chocolate (long proven beneficial to health) and hygiene products such as hand soap and toothbrush-paste – it never hurts! Hand Tools: For many tradespeople around the world from electricians through carpenters down to plumbers being without basic tools can mean big problems with deadlines slipping by unnoticed until they’re too late because those professionals have been left high

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