Here's which Thanksgiving foods will be allowed on plane

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Want to take home some of Mom's home-cooked Thanksgiving dinner? Here's what you can and can't take with you on the plane. (Shutterstock photo)

Want to bring your own turkey to Thanksgiving? Or take home some of Mom's home-cooked meal after? Here's a rundown from the TSA about what foods you can carry onto a plane.

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Turkey, dry stuffing, bread, baked potatoes and baked goods like pies are clear for take-off.

But any sauces and mashed potatoes are considered "spreadable" foods and must follow the 3-1-1 liquid rule. That means you can only bring 3.4 ounces on board in a 1-quart-sized, zip-top bag.

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