Sometimes what is "not worth the effort" to one person is a "fun and interesting activity" to another.
You need to set the new seeds out to dry on a paper towel, and once they are dried, just fill a six pack like you find other plants that you buy in a store growing in with some loose soil. (If you don't have a six pack planter, any small planters will do). Water thoroughly at first, then when they seeds pop up into seedlings, don't water as much, as this can drown them. Make sure the soil is moist, but not soaking wet. Put them in a sunny location, and when they get about 3-5 inches tall, transplant them outside either into the ground or into bigger pots!
I have done this before.