These are the foods you can't take through airport security

Though a lot has changed since 2009 (RIP, Lost and Celebrity Family Feud), the strict list of food items that can and can't be brought through security at airports has stayed pretty much the same. You can put on your best French accent, but your fresh-baked Brie is never going to make it past the TSA, which recently updated the list of food items that aren't allowed on flights.

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When that mid-flight hunger hits, you'll be munching on a measly bag of pretzels, dreaming of the items below you had to leave behind, as you flip through that SkyMall magazine. Sure, you can get away with cakes, pies, apples, bananas, oranges and sandwiches, but forget trying to get through with these items:

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Foods you can't take through TSA
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Foods you can't take through TSA
Wine, liquor and beer

Creamy dips and spreads (sorry, guac lovers)

Gravy
Jam
Jellies
Salad dressings 
Salsa
Sauces
Oils and vinegars
Soup
Yogurt
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