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Ambuyat, or also called Linut, is a starchy food whitish in colour with a sticky texture, originated from palm sago flour from the trunk of the sago palm tree called 'Ampulung'. This traditional food is well known among the Bisaya, Bajau, Kadazandusun and Murut ethnics.

The sago flour is mixed with water and let it settle for about 10 minutes. Then discard the water and mix the sago flour with very hot water. Blend till the sago flour turns clear and sticky that signifies it is cooked.


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