- n. 西米；西米椰子
- n. (Sago)人名；(日)左五(名)
- sago:  Sago is of Malay origin. The Portuguese were responsible for introducing the Malay term sāgū to English, as sagu; the modern form sago, which became established during the 17th and 18th centuries, came via Dutch.
- sago (n.)
- "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). Also borrowed in French (sagou), Spanish (sagu), German (Sago).
- 1. Sago is starch obtained from sago palms, native of India.
- 2. Bring 400 ml water to boil and add in the taro and sago.
- 3. Turn cold water rinse the sago under the water.
- 4. Sago lays a foundation, put all fruits again, can.
- 西米铺底, 再放上所有水果, 即可.
- 5. Drain the sago and set aside in container.
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