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Asmattans (Plipus Manmank's family) undergo the laborious task of sago processing?the goal is the inner starchy pith of the sago palm, which is mixed with water, roasted in dry leaves, and eaten. (There are many other ways to prepare and eat sago flour). Near the Komor Village, Irian Jaya, Indonesia. (Man Eating Bugs page 68)

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Asmattans (Plipus Manmank's family) undergo the laborious task of sago processing?the goal is the inner starchy pith of the sago palm, which is mixed with water, roasted in dry leaves, and eaten. (There are many other ways to prepare and eat sago flour). Near the Komor Village, Irian Jaya, Indonesia. (Man Eating Bugs page 68)