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Absolutely no salami or swiss cheese. Cheddar cheese is ok, especially if you give some to the captain, but absolutely no swiss cheese, or salami. Also, no chocolate milk, but white milk as well as half and half are allowed. No cottage cheese or yogurt. Cheese balls, pretzels, chips, crackers, and triscuits are okay, but not wheat thins. Wheat thins will get you kicked off the plane. Also, dont bring peanut butter or pistachios.

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