Anthony Warner

Anthony Warner


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

you must lose one thing from this breakfast what do you lose?

This is a great take down on Michael n=1 Moseley. πŸ™Œ

We will be looking for another chef to join the team in July, 4 days a week, Β£35k starting salary, get in touch please spread the word.

Excellent review of an excellent book. Anthony Warner is familiar to many of us as The Angry Chef, that opinionated guy from the UK who loves to say outrageous things and who always, well almost always, makes good sense.

This is a lovely bit of writing.

It sums up 23 painful years of supporting Forest quite brilliantly, but I think there is something in it for everyone.

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Who will be speaking at the Royal society causes of obesity meeting (London 17th -19th Oct). Jeffrey Friedman - discoverer of leptin. Come and hear about his interesting ideas on type I and type 2 obesity.

Registration for f2f and online is now open

The writer Ernest Hemingway was once challenged to write the saddest story that could be told in only six words. He thought for a time, then simply wrote:

Some interesting facts about the ZOE sniffle-tracker app in Private Eye.

Is bread the only food that changes its name after heat is applied?

Re-reading 'The Population Bomb' by Paul Ehrlich. Gets worse with every read.

Beyond his terrible predictions, he also seems to lack any human compassion.

Passage below πŸ‘‡

"Could the poor just starve gracefully & quietly so that Americans' appetites are not spoiled?"


jordan peterson: that Tasmanian beast means a whole bloody lot to a whole lot of people. And when you take him and Bugs, and you dress them up in those baggy shorts, with the backwards hat and the hip hop sneakers? The degree of chaos *starts crying* that introduces

Incredible waste of money. Again. And again. And again.

You know what would drop food, fertilizer, & fuel prices overnight?

End the US ethanol program.

Here's what the US wastes on corn ethanol every year:

-5 billion tons N fertilizer.

-68 trillion BTU natural gas.

-57,000 square miles prime farmland. Not acres, SQUARE MILES.

Here’s my history of canning blog, reposted on our other website. It’s about one of food’s greatest innovations and how it nearly all fell apart.

Here’s my history of canning blog, reposted on our other website. It’s about one of food’s greatest innovations and how it nearly all fell apart.

We also love the chefs rejecting 'business as usual' for a more sustainable way of cooking πŸ§‘β€πŸ³

@One_Angry_Chef, @Spaceychef and @max_lamanna are among those cooking up a storm to fight food waste 🍴

Check out the Angry Blog to learn more⬇️


'The problem with any one measure – sugar, fat or calorie counts – is that it fails to take into account a meal in its totality. That’s why calorie counts are such a blunt tool'

THANK YOU @thomasinamiers @HermanPontzer @One_Angry_Chef @BeatUk for helping me tackle this for Vogue