For most of us sabudana has always been a vrat staple, but did you know what it is and how it is extracted. It is pretty surprising that sabudana has always been that much underrated food and there are several doubts and myths associated with its origin. Here’s a low down on this famous vrat food and how it is extracted from the palm tree.
Sabudana also known as Sago, saksak, rabia and sagu in various parts of the world is an edible starch extracted from the pith or the spongy centre of the tropical palm trees. Since ages, it has been a staple for people staying in the Tropical regions. Of late, sago has been a fad among fitness enthusiasts for its amazing health benefits.
Health benefits of eating sabudana