You can also grow your own brocolli sprouts. Very easy to do. Nice hobby and you know they are free of chemical washes, fertilizers, dog visits, etc and they didn't have to travel afar to arrive in your store. You don't need any special equipment. Small glass jar, rubber band and netting. Soak seeds over night, then rinse seeds twice a day and invert jar so water drains out. I grow alfalfa, brocolli, red clover, mungs, lentils, radish, mustard, onion, dill, . These are seeds specifically for sprouting and I mix them up. They are great in sandwich or however. It takes about 3-4 days to get batch of sprouts. Brocolli and alfalfa are favorites. And seeds are available in local health food stores, also by Internet. I can tell you where I get mine if anyone interested. Don't want this to be interpreted as advertisement. This takes very little time, no attention,. Very healthy. (I can't grow a garden as I live in an apartment so this is how I got into sprouting many years ago).