(1) Wash the sago and cook in the extraction of milk.(2) Women lamented the time devoted to journeys further and further into the sago swamp to process sago as whole tracts of palms were unusable.(3) Corn, cassava, taro, sago , soybeans, peanuts, and coconuts are also widely grown.(4) Grab a sweet bun from the bakery and get a sago from around the corner.(5) Gardens, sago swamps in which women process the sago from the palm and the bush in which men hunt are often located at a considerable distance from the village and access to them entails much travel and effort.(6) Using a small spoon, sprinkle the surface with sago flour.(7) After our mains we were tempted by dessert and were well pleased by the pancakes, which were crispy and almost pastry-like in texture, and the sago gula melaka ordered by my daughter.(8) Canoes have played a crucial role for the Kamoro to retain their semi-nomadic lifestyle, particularly in collecting sago and catching fish - their two basic staples of their diet.(9) And they are eating these sorts of wild crops, or non-traditional food crops such as sago .(10) It is a large family, belonging to the tropics and subtropics, and many of its members furnish important foodstuffs: the coconut, date, sago , palm sugar, etc.(11) Foods like coconuts, sago and other staples like cassava, sweet potatoes and taro are collected and donated.(12) Milk puddings were served most days in the week - rice, tapioca, sago and semolina puddings, junket made with Rennet, and yellow coloured custard made with Edmonds custard powder.(13) Rice could be bought at 2d a pound and sago and sugar at 3d a pound.(14) The Asmat subsist by fishing and by harvesting wild sago trees, whose pith is carbohydrate-rich.(15) Other produce includes coal, coconuts, sugar cane, pineapples, tobacco, vegetables, sago , tapioca, coffee, tea, maize, and groundnuts.(16) It was her first taste of sago and she was full of compliments for this dish, which was enhanced with palm sugar and coconut milk.