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Real Food Cooking

Healthy, traditional cooking: real food recipes, monthly meal plans, alternative cooking methods, and much more.

Homesteading

All things homesteading: small livestock, homeschooling, gardening, homemaking, and much more.

Preparedness

Preparing for an unknown future: food storage, emergency supplies, prepping resources, and much more.

About Millie

As a blogger for over a decade, focusing on preparedness, homesteading, off-grid living, and traditional foods, Millie has penned three nonfiction traditional food focused books, sharing how—with a little creativity—anyone can transition to a real foods diet without overwhelming their food budget. 

She recently started writing fiction, using her lifestyle and personal experiences as a guide. The Havoc in Wyoming series combines a post-apocalyptic world with homesteading, preparedness, family values, and plenty of twist and turns. 

Recent Blog Posts

Healthy Family Meals

Healthy Family Meals

With summer coming to an end, it seems fitting the month of August is Family Meal Month. School will soon be back in session, and schedules are...

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Nectarine Chutney

Nectarine Chutney

A little like a jam, a little like a relish, this nectarine chutney is the perfect combination of sweet and spicy while being slightly tart. And...

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Not-Really Maine Baked Beans

Not-Really Maine Baked Beans

Are you ready for the best baked beans ever?! If you've been around Homespun Oasis for long, you know I'm a huge fan of beans. Pinto, black, white,...

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Amazon Prime Day 2022

Amazon Prime Day 2022

Here are some of the best Prime Day deals I have found for you! If you don't have a Prime membership, sign up here to get a FREE 30-Day trial. This...

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Preserving Your July Harvest

Preserving Your July Harvest

July is high summer and fresh produce abounds! A fabulous way to save money on fruits and vegetables is to take advantage of what's in season. Even...

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