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While an induction stove does not require flat bottomed vessels, the heating effect will reduce quite rapidly once the material starts to curve. This may be what you need, depending on the recipe you are working with, and this is not unique to induction cooking, though the effect is more acutely felt than on traditional electric hobs. As for materials, ...
Any vessel that you can stick a magnet to will work with induction. The material to be heated needs to be in contact with the surface, so a curved bottom like a true wok will not work because there will not be enough surface area in contact.
If you want to cook. Get Gas. its a no brainer. If you do anything interesting, like moving your pans from stove top to oven, or have any old pots you like and love.. Induction won't do it for you. If you want to show off your kitchen, and keep it clean, get induction or glass ceramic. You will probably have to get all new pots... your fry pans you will ...
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