I've just puts some mung beans and green lentils in to soak so I can sprout them for my salads again. It's very easy and they add a nice crunch to the salad. All you need is a large jar, some muslin (the cover needs to be breathable) and an elastic band plus about 2 or 3 heaped tablespoons of dried beans. Soak the beans overnight in the jar, then rinse them in the morning and leave on the kitchen windowsill (don't leave them standing in water and no need to take the cover off while rinsing). Rinse twice a day, morning and night and they should start sprouting quite quickly. They're usually ready to eat on the 2nd to 4th day depending on how warm it is and keep in the fridge for at least 3 days if you haven't already eaten them. You can get sprouting jars from amazon fairly cheaply if you prefer and you can sprout most other dried beans in the same way. Adzuki beans (little red) are good too and I have a dried 10 bean salad mix which I've sprouted. Bigger beans may take a little longer and seeds such as alfalfa sprout more quickly. Use only whole beans, peas or lentils. When you look at how expensive salad toppers are in the shops it's much cheaper to grow your own and they add some extra protein, vitamins and minerals to your salad as well as tasting good. Generally I use the dried beans and lentils you can buy in the supermarket and they work very well.
Are you a windowsill gardener and what do you grow to eat?