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Can you please suggest which type of cookware is good for induction?

 
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I have recently bought an induction oven. I haven't used it before so I have no idea about this. I have ceramic cookware. Can I use these for induction? Please help me with your suggestion.
 
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I have an induction cooktop, and your pots and pans need to respond to magnets.  If a magnet won't stick to your pan, it won't heat up on an induction cooktop.

I'm not aware of any induction ovens.  My induction range has an electric oven: there are electric elements that turn red and heat up the oven.
 
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