Praise for Roger Dufau and We Are What We Think and What We Eat:
"I am very pleased to recommend to you a wonderful book by my dear friend, Roger Dufau. I have known Roger for more than 12 years and have found him to be a deeply insightful and compassionate man who understands the human condition profoundly. I find his book to be both helpful and accessible for the average person, and entertaining as well."
-- Neale Donald Walsch, author of the Conversations with God series of books
"Having known Roger for years, and having witnessed the magic he works in every area of food and nutrition, I can honestly say that he is a master. You've been guided to this book for reasons that may be hard to define, but I guarantee it will change the way you look at nearly everything - including yourself. He is a dear friend, a great teacher, and one of the finest chefs I've ever known."
-- James F. Twyman, New York Times bestselling author
We Are What We Think and What We Eat is an autobiographical work, exploring the link between food and spirituality in every facet of our lives. From the time he was born, Roger Dufau has been immersed in a culture of food and flavors - coming straight from the heart.
He tackles tough and often controversial topics, from genetically modified crops to our reliance on prepared and fast foods. These things, he contends, are making us sick - as individuals and as a society.
In short, he says, our choices are creating our reality. We cannot run away from the challenges that confront us. He celebrates a renewal of the world and the revival of eating well, buying locally and working in harmony with the earth.