Green Agave americana and Cycas revoluta
Green Agave, known also as century plant, maguey or american aloe. A species of flowering plant from the family Asparagaceae. When it flowers the spike has big yellow flowers. As the plant dies after flowering it produces suckers from the base, which continue its growth. Juice produced from the leaves of the Agave is the basis of Agave Syrup. Used as a sweetener for cold beverages such as cocktails, smoothies and iced teas.
Cycas revoluta or Sago palm, is in the family Arecaceae. Used for producing sago. Sago is a starch produced from the spongy centre of the stems and can be used to produce sago flour. Commercially produced in the form of ‘pearls’. Boiled with water or milk and sugar to make a sweet sago pudding, similar to tapioca or rice pudding.
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