Both of our children are picky eatersâ€¦ They have constantly been legitimately particular about the foods they likeâ€¦ My child will only eat chicken if it comes in the form of a nugget. He will not eat macaroni & cheese unless it comes out of a box that he can visually see. My child is a vegetarian, and she will not eat anything that has to do with meat. She does not eat eggs & she only drinks almond milk. She’s been a vegetarian since she was eight, and i truthfully thought she would grow out of the fat at some point, however she is twenty now & her eating habits have not changed at all. My oldest child Jack also has the absolute worst flu symptoms & can’t eat particular foods, but when all of the teenagers were in private school, I had to order takeout & delivery from several strange locales when I didn’t want to cook. It was a huge pain in the butt to order online from several strange restaurants, however there was no way our teenagers were going to eat the same thing! Now that the teenagers are grown up & live on their own, I don’t guess they are quite as picky as they were when they were children. My child is still a vegetarian, but she has even more dietary restrictions; Both of the teenagers don’t prefer to cook, so they order delivery services from the several restaurants in the city. I guess it was high-priced for me to get the teenagers takeout when they were younger. I am sure our children are spending a luck to order food online & have it delivered to their apartment. I wish they would have l acquired how to cook.