Yesterday’s tip—to ask the TSA your carry-on questions—was inspired by model Chrissy Teigen tweeting about her scalloped potatoes. Tons of bloggers and media outlets wrote about the story. One interesting write-up that caught my attention was the work of the FlyAndDine blog, which did some additional digging and learned that “if you need to transport liquids and they’re not under 3.4oz in total, you don’t have to think about alternate shipping options. All you need to do is make sure that it’s completely frozen. The easiest way to do this is to get a piece of dry ice (available at many grocery stores) and keep your items on the dry ice until you arrive at the airport. That should ensure the level of freeze needed to make it through a security line. Once you’re past security, it appears that you have nothing to worry about once your food or liquid starts to thaw.”
- Can You Carry Frozen Items on a Plane?
- How to Tell If Your Frozen Food Is Safe to Eat When You Return
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