Question: What Can You Tell Me About Sago Flour?

February 22, 2010


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Sago flour is an Asian flour made from starch found in the trunk of sago palms. It is made into sago pearls or balls (like tapioca) as well as mixed with water into a paste. The flour is a staple in Indonesia and Malaysia where it is baked into bread and noodles and used in deserts, but the flour has little nutritional value and is primarily a carbohydrate