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Traditionally dressed village members preparing sago. Sago is made from a palm by chopping up the inside of the trunk into a pulp, rinsing it, then using the flour for sago pudding, bread or pancakes. It is a staple for many tribes in Papua New Guinea. William Boga chopping sago. Tufi area, Oro Province, Papua New Guinea
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Traditionally dressed village members preparing sago.  Sago is made from a palm by chopping up the inside of the trunk into a pulp, rinsing it, then using the flour for sago pudding, bread or pancakes.  It is a staple for many tribes in Papua New Guinea. William Boga chopping sago.  Tufi area, Oro Province, Papua New Guinea