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Can ceramic cookware be used on electric stoves?
Ceramic cookware is made with all-natural, inorganic materials, and it has a nonstick surface that rivals that of coated metal cookware without the harmful off-gassing. It’s fine to use ceramic cookware on any electric stovetop 鈥?with one exception. Because it has no metal, ceramic cookware won’t work on induction stovetops.
How do you heat up a ceramic pan without damaging it?
Hot ceramic pots and pans should be placed on a trivet, hot pad, potholder or towel when placed onto table or counter surfaces to avoid damaging those surfaces. For best results, always have food within the ceramic cookware before heating.
Can you use a 100% ceramic pot on an induction stove?
The 100% ceramic pots are heavy duty and extremely durable. This allows them to be used on both gas and electric stovetops for cooking, as well as in the oven, microwave, grill, or refrigerator. However, because they contain no metal, they will not work on an induction stovetop.
What kind of cookware do you need for an induction stove?
Induction stoves require cookware made of stainless steel or iron. Cookware made of ceramic, glass, solid aluminum or copper cannot conduct the heat generated by an induction burner throughout the pan.