Cookware for Glass Stove Top?

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The type of cookware required for a glass stove top is cookware that is stainless steel. Cookware that has ridges along the bottom will damage the glass. Cracks in the glass will often indicate that it needs to be replaced, which can be expensive. Cast iron should not be used on a glass stove top. Cast iron is very heavy and when heated, it can also cause permanent damage to the stove. Glass cook tops must also be cleaned with a special glass cleaner.
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Types of Cookware for Glass Top Stoves
Ceramic top ranges seemed to answer the problem of cleaning food and grease out of burner wells when they entered the home market in the 1970s. Glass tops were introduced a few years later, allowing cooks to "see" when the burner was on. Some cooks may... More »
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