So I've tried fermenting and pickling...now I think I'm going to try seed sprouting! A few things I've learned rather quickly about sprouting...it's nutritious, always fresh, it's cheap and fairly easy. Sounds good to me!
Amazon has the above "glass" jar seed sprouter for less than $15.00 and I think I will add it to my kitchen collection. I love the fact that it's glass - I've only seen seed sprouters in plastic tray forms.
From what I understand, all you have to do is soak your seeds for about 8 hours (or overnight) in lots of water. Rinse the sprouts well every 12 hours being careful not to move the sprouts around too much. Drain sprouts well and do not leave any standing water. Lastly, you can harvest sprouts by gently pulling ripe ones out from the rest. Store harvested sprouts in a plastic bag in a cool dark place, such as a fridge, and rinse them every 3 days or so. Most sprouts will keep at least a week like this and often longer.