Atlantic Mustard Mill

In 2013, the couple made the move to Prince Edward Island, Canada. Drawn by its stunning landscapes, rich soils, friendly folks, and strong sense of community, Sabine and Michael knew their odyssey was over. They had finally found home. 

Once they settled into their new home in eastern PEI, they began building the homestead they’d dreamt about for so long. Being self-sufficient was their end goal. Sabine and Michael set about making their dream a reality by growing organic fruits and vegetables, setting up a solar energy system to power their homestead, building beehives, and finding a myriad of ways to reduce waste.

 As the seasons went round and round, the couple found themselves occupied (perhaps a bit obsessed) with honey harvesting, growing their garden, canning homesteads in their kitchen, and crafting all sorts of imaginative and delicious mustard flavors. 

And so it was only ‘natural’ that in 2017 Sabine and Michael founded Lucky Bee Homestead so they could share all of their delightful kitchen creations with the world.

yellow flower field under blue cloudy sky during daytime

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