|Also known as Sabudana, Sago is a starch extracted from the spongy centre, or pith of various tropical palm stems. From semi moist it is rolled into tiny balls called pearls and dried. Our sago is made from Tapioca starch from the Cassava plant.|
Sago pearls can be boiled with water and or milk, with sugar to make sweet sago pudding. Commonly used to make noodles, white bread or in Indian cuisine.
It is considered as an energy-boosting ingredients and can be added to soups, smoothies, side dishes and main course.
Sago from Metroxylon palms is nearly pure Carbohydrate (94%) and has very little protein, vitamins, or minerals.
It is a good source of fiber and is low in fat.
Indian medicines used sago (with rice) to cool the body. Sago may also treat ailments.
It is easy to digest so it might help with weight gain. Is also sometimes appreciated for its blood circulation properties
Sago starch can be converted further through fermentation for making biodegradable plastics and ethanol fuel.
Country of Origin!
Culpepers' Sago comes from Thailand!