I am interested in purchasing a himalayan pink salt slab to cook on my stovetop. My cooktop is glass. The directions for using the salt slab is to be sure to have a space between the heat source and the slab Can a heat diffuser be used on a glass cooktop and can the slab be used on the heat diffuser?

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    What are you trying to achieve? – TFD May 16 '15 at 21:03
  • I'd ask the vendor if they've tested on that kind of stove or not. The block will last longer if it's heated slowly and evenly; you may be able to develop a process for this on your stove type through trial and error. – goblinbox May 18 '15 at 19:26

My mom has a glass top stove...hate it! I use a cooling rack over the burner when I'm trying to not burn a simmering chili. That should work for you.

  • Thanks. I hate it also but there is no natural gas where I live. Thanks for the info. – L Berman Jun 2 '15 at 20:59

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