The sago palm weevil, a type of beetle, is eaten, roasted or raw, as a larvae in Southeast Asia.
The next day the whole party started, under the guidance of the doctor, to the spot where he had seen the sago palm.
The unprepared farina, which is the pith of the sago palm, is imported from a neighbouring island.
The sago palm is another stem which supports the life of many natives in Africa.
The sago palm, furnishing sago flour, is neglected though it grows in profusion.
In the swamps bordering the river grew quantities of a variety of sago palm (Sagus vitiensis) called by the natives Songo.
The first three are made from the pith of the cassava plant, the sago from the sago palm.
There are the date palms, the coconut palms, the sago palm, and a multitude of others.
A neat thatch of the leaves of the sago palm covers the sides and roof of each building.
When a sago palm is felled, there is usually no lack of friends to assist the owner in consuming the sago.