The sago palm weevil, a type of beetle, is eaten, roasted or raw, as a larvae in Southeast Asia.
Desert was chilled jelly served with mango, sago and pomelo and sliced baked mooncakes.
Groups of palm trees, sago palms, and other varieties of the same family bend down to the water's edge along the great streams.
Sarawak is said to supply more than half of the sago produce of the world.
In the Moluccos the staple crop is not rice, but sago, which is prepared from the sap of the sago-palm.
The value of the sago it exported in 1885 is returned at £35,953.
Soon after tea our attention was drawn to a pattering on the tent like rain, caused by a fall of sago snow.
These people do not eat rice, but sago made into cakes and baked in a pot.
The next day the whole party started, under the guidance of the doctor, to the spot where he had seen the sago palm.
sago Pudding with Almonds is prepared the same as in preceding recipe.
"starch made of the piths of palms," 1570s, via Portuguese and Dutch from Malay sagu, the name of the palm tree from which it is obtained (attested in English in this sense from 1550s). Cf. French sagou, Spanish sagu, German Sago.