Grow your own nutritious beansprouts
This is a method I learned in the early 70's when I was living at the end of a logging road in a plywood house on Vancouver Island with no electricity or indoor plumbing. No, I would never want to live like that again, thank you (with feathers, flowers, and beads in my hair).
However, if you want to grow your own edible sprouts, you'll need something to sprout (Bulk Barn or Health Food Store) should provide mung beans, for the classic chinese food sprout, or whole wheat berries for wheat grass sprouts, and or alfalfa (classic sandwich topper).
Pour about 1/4 cup seeds/beans in the bottom of a clean mason jar. Add water and soak for about an hour. Put a piece of cheesecloth or clean J-cloth or nylon netting (craft type) over the top of the jar and screw on the mason ring. Dump off the water, rinse again and dump.
Leave the jar on your counter covered with a tea towel, and try to rinse and dump at least two times a day. (Some people keep the jars in a cupboard, they must be out of the light, but I find I forget to rinse if I do). Leaving them on the counter is a constant reminder to rinse and dump.
In 3-4 days, you'll have edible, nutritious sprouts to add to salads, soups, sandwiches.
This may be something good to know in the times ahead, when crispy greens may be scarce, or very over priced.