Here's which Thanksgiving foods will be allowed on plane

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Tuesday, November 20, 2018
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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.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- 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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