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Just in time for Thanksgiving flights the TSA is updating its carry-on rules.
Things once considered off limits are a little more likely to pass now; pies and cakes, for example.
The TSA says you can carry them on, but be prepare for an inspection.
If you think a food item would qualify as a gel or liquid, they say it's best to check it.
Another change is that snow globes will be allowed as carry-ons.
But , they have to fit in one of those small plastic sandwich bags.
Click here for more information on the TSA carry-on rules.
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