Hey, no worries. My mom has been sprouting alfalfa regularly since I was born...when I first saw sprouts in the store I was like "WTF? These are the easiest tastiest things in the world to make". Now I've gotten lazy and will sometimes buy them but your posts have re-inspired me.
You should find an abundance of various sprouting seeds in the bulk areas of any HFS and probably Whole Foods too. Take a mason jar [old pasta-sauce jars are ideal] and a piece of netting [or I use old pantyhose, teehee] and an elastic band*. Put about 1 tbsp seeds in the jar, fill halfway with water, and leave in a cool but relatively well-lit spot for 24 hours. [i.e. not so sunny that they "cook" but light enough to get the little dudes going]
After that soaking time, drain the water out of your netted top. Run water through the net to rinse, then drain again, so they are drained and sitting in a little bit of moisture, and then just repeat that step until they turn into yer typical sprouts! You can sprout broccoli, clover, alfalfa, onion etc...all little seeds...in this way.
*You can also use the "rings" from the Mason jar lids that are a ring/disc combo. Works great.