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About REVIVAL

Revival Homestead Supply is a family-owned small business founded in 2013 here in Western Massachusetts. We sell supplies for & teach classes about homesteading skills. Our areas of focus include food preservation, backyard farming, and making natural products for the body and home. We want to help you navigate the sometimes confusing territories of DIY ingredients and tools. Read more about us...

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LATEST ON THE BLOG

Making Yogurt

How to make yogurt at home with a direct-set culture.

My All-Time Favorite Easy Dessert Recipe: Fruit Crisp

It'll satisfy the pie-sized hole in your stomach, but it's way easier to make and it's even healthier!

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

 
 

 

we have moved!

     Our storefront is currently closed. We sadly had to leave our Union Street space for reasons out of our control. We hope to re-open in the future, but we're taking some "us" time as we wait for a location we love to appear. 

     In the mean time you can find us vending here and there, so sign up for our newsletter to stay in the loop! Hope to see you soon <3

XOXO,

Melody

 

recipes for summer

Blueberry Ginger Jam Recipe

Sweetened with sugar OR maple syrup

The Quickest Quick Pickle Recipe

A no-sugar recipe for making crunchy, tangy pickles with any vegetable. A perfect summer regimen.

Anti-Itch Cream Recipe

A simple little recipe to take the itchies away.

Homemade Bug Spray

An effective recipe for homemade bug spray using essential oils.

A Stick Deodorant to Make at Home

An updated version of our deodorant recipe for when you'd rather not smear cream on your pits.

Strawberry Rhubarb Jam

A low sugar recipe using Pomona's pectin.

 

 

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