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sago

(sā′gō) [Malay sagu]
A substance prepared from various palms, consisting principally of starches; used as a demulcent and as a food with little residue.
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The age indicates that the key participants are older women who are between 42 to 72 years old with several years of sago pearls processing experiences as either the makers of sago pearls, selling and making other sago-based snacks.
The starch laurates were prepared by reacting native sago starch with VL, using an alkaline salt as the catalyst.
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