Don't store your Thanksgiving gravy in your carry-on, TSA says

11/26/2013 | ABC News

Airline travelers can bring some Thanksgiving food with them this week, but the Transportation Security Administration recommends avoiding putting foods with liquid such as gravy or gelatinous pies in carry-on bags. "Anything that presents a potential threat is looked at as a prohibited item. Items that have high concentrations of liquids fit that category," a TSA representative said.

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