While aircraft food has made great strides in quality in recent years, it still leaves something to be desired in terms of freshness and affordability. The solution – bring your own food.

The behavior of your food may be higher than that of airplane food, as it is usually cheaper, tastier, more convenient, and even more durable, as it avoids the plastic container and container in which the aircraft food is packaged .

Homemade products can be wrapped in aluminum foil and carried in your hand, or placed in a dish that can be washed and reused, choosing the right container so that your food does not spoil.

Here, expert chefs secured their insight into their favorite foods to bring to a flight:

  1. Chicken wrappers

Chicken wrappers are one of the most effective and freshest foods you can get on the plane – especially if made at home. They are also extremely convenient to hold and can be heated by the flight attendant in mid-flight.






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  1. Humus

Hummus, though on the simple side, does not give up any of its pleasure, convenience or delicacy. Pack some hummus, along with pita chips or crackers, in a bowl and when you are hungry, ask your flight attendant to provide you with water. Optionally, that humus can be used to make pita-filled sandwiches, along with roasted chicken peppers and onions.






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  1. Salad

Salads are not only healthy, but also help avoid stomach problems that can be caused by fatty alternatives. Airport security has no problems with it and can be easily kept in a reusable or disposable container.

  1. Fresh vegetables

Vegetables are some of the most versatile foods you can bring on the plane. And vegetables brought from home are always healthier and tastier than the ones that accompany the main course on the plane. They are extremely convenient to hold, just a Ziploc bag filled with your favorite vegetables will do the trick – and your body will thank you!






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  1. Pizza

Pizza is one of the best foods to bring on the plane. The TSA will not take it, it tastes good at any temperature and may be suitable when done well. Like the other meals on this list, this one can be made at home and packaged in a reusable container. To make it, take a premade flour crust from the store, place on top of your favorite sauce, cheese and protein and cut it into light, accessible squares.






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And now, these are foods that have restrictions on them according to the TSA, and their accompanying bans. If they are not on the list, then it is good in control bags or on hand.

  1. Alcohol: You can not get anything higher than 70% ABV in checked or handbags

  2. Baby food: The only condition is that the quantity in handbags is limited to “reasonable quantities”.

  3. Cheese: You are only allowed 3.4 ounces or less in your handbag

  4. Chocolate: You are only allowed 3.4 ounces or less in your handbag

  5. Creamy Dip and Spread: You are only allowed 3.4 ounces or less in your handbag

  6. Ice: No melted ice (ie water) or ice packs with melted gel are allowed on hand

  7. Meat juice You are only allowed 3.4 ounces or less in your handbag

  8. Heart: You are only allowed 3.4 ounces or less in your handbag

  9. Hummus: You are only allowed 3.4 ounces or less in your handbag

  10. Ice cream: No soft ice cream

  11. Jam and jelly: You are only allowed 3.4 ounces or less in your handbag

  12. Live lobster: You should call your airline to make sure it allows you to have a direct lobster in each hand.

  13. Maple Syrup: You are only allowed 3.4 ounces or less in your handbag

  14. Oils and Vinegar: You are only allowed 3.4 ounces or less in your handbag

  15. Peanut Butter: You are only allowed 3.4 ounces or less in your handbag

  16. Salad dressing, dressing and dressing: You are only allowed 3.4 ounces or less in your handbag

  17. Soup: You are only allowed 3.4 ounces or less in your handbag

  18. Yogurt: You are only allowed 3.4 ounces or less in your handbag

For more information, click here for the TSA list of foods you can carry on the plane.

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