- Andrew Wheeler is a published author of Eat Britain! (2007), a book all about the best bites in Great Britain.
- Wheeler created the popular meme "The Omnivore's Hundred," a list of a hundred things every omnivore should try.
- He has contributed to The Guardian, Toronto Star, Huffington Post, ScreenCrush, Xtra, Attitude, Marvel, and Broken Pencil.
Andrew Wheeler has been a freelance writer for almost a decade, writing about food, culture, and comics for magazines and online publications.
Wheeler has contributed to The Guardian, Toronto Star, Huffington Post, ScreenCrush, Xtra, Attitude, Marvel, and Broken Pencil. He is also the author of the popular meme, "The Omnivore's Hundred", a list of one hundred things all omnivores should try. Fans share the meme, highlighting what they have and haven't tried. It includes things like venison, Epoisses, curried goat, and whole insects.
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