Since birth, difficult child has been what we originally called "picky". About two years ago, he was diagnosed with Sensory Integration Disorder (SID) (which has since folded into Asperger's). So, we realized then that his self-limiting food choices were more about texture, smell than anything else. It is to the point now where he is limiting himself to only about six or seven different foods. And very particular ones at that. Mac & Cheese, fish sticks, noodles, chips/crackers, bread and jelly. Occasionally peanut butter. He will eat breakfast cereals. All carbs! All dairy! He'll drink milk all day if I let him and sometimes fruit juice if I say "no" to milk. I know that there is a theory on the girlfriend/CF diet that this type of self-limiting food choices is a result of the desire for the gluten/casein. I am willing to accept that as a possibility. So...my question is this. Do I make him whatever he wants to eat for dinner when we're having something else? Or, do I serve him what we're eating and if he doesn't eat, well then he doesn't eat? I'm not ready to throw our whole family on the girlfriend/CF diet yet without more research and talking to his pediatrician first. Thanks for any tips!