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Sandwiches on the plane

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Hi ! I am taking a flight from Paris to Fort Lauderdale in a few days and I'm flying with Norwegian Airlines.
Since it is low cost, the meals are not provided during the flight and they are really expensive (35€ per meal). I would like to bring my own sandwiches. Is it alowed ? I find every answer and their opposite on the internet. Some say that I can as long as I don't put Jelly/Nutella/mayo in it because it is considered a paste. Some say that even bread can be confiscated because it can be turned into paste (???!!!).
I know it is alowed on european flights but some forums say that US laws are stricter.
Thank you for your help !

A french tourist coming your way !

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