Anthony Warner

Anthony Warner

Author

Anthony Warner is a food and science writer, and the author of The Angry Chef blog.

Anthony studied Biochemistry at Manchester University before deciding that the heat of the professional kitchen was the career for him. After ten years in restaurants, hotels and events-catering he became a food development chef, working on some of the UK’s best-known brands and products.

In 2016 he started The Angry Chef blog, dedicated to debunking the pseudoscience surrounding the way we think about food and health, and in the space of a few short months has amassed an army of followers.

His first book, The Angry Chef: Bad Science and the Truth about Healthy Eating, was published in January 2018, and it was followed by his second book, The Truth about Fat, in January 2018; both were published by Oneworld. Anthony is currently working on his new book.

Angry Chef @One_Angry_Chef

In Edinburgh at the Science Festival. Speaking at the National Museum at 8pm. If you run, you can make it.

Come and disagree with me live and in person.

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On this week's #BookClub hear from @One_Angry_Chef (Anthony Warner) about his second book, 'The Truth About Fat'. #SundayRead

Listen to the latest podcast entry now 🎤 🎧 via @ChemistryWorld https://t.co/O8qB4G6pbK

Some very interesting and important debates about food, nutrition and the science of what we eat and how we produce it at this year's #EdinburghScienceFestival @One_Angry_Chef https://t.co/yR1YZYi98U

We’re sponsoring the Green Hay Forum @hayfestival, six events looking at how we produce, supply and package the food we eat. There'll be talks from @One_Angry_Chef, @GreenGumptionUK, @SafiaMinney and others. Get your tickets now! https://t.co/d3pIr8X4cL

This was a thought-provoking read in which @One_Angry_Chef takes on the #obesity crisis, challenging common misconceptions & sifting through the evidence to explore what really makes us fat. #podcast https://t.co/MVs4hdIHPb

In this month’s #BookClubCW, @emmastoye, @ChemistryKit, and @yuandi_li take on Anthony Warner’s second book, The Truth About Fat

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Here's a thing I wrote about the UK's fasting selling non-fiction book of all time, and why its success should provide a much needed kick up the arse to the world of food writing.

https://t.co/lCN4JG4pgt

'There are no lifestyle shots of the authors’ lounging around their glamourous apartment. There are no green juices, clean foods, or raw food vegan sanctimony' https://t.co/eCAZEZiqOe

"Too many food books ignore the masses. Pinch of Nom is unpretentious, glamour-free and doesn't preach," says @One_Angry_Chef

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Here's a thing I wrote about the UK's fasting selling non-fiction book of all time, and why its success should provide a much needed kick up the arse to the world of food writing.

https://t.co/lCN4JG4pgt