My parents have a glass top. I liked it at first when I was still living there, but since then I've notice that they have some pots and pans that are not completely flat on the bottom. It ends up wobbling a bit on the flat surface, and creates hot spots in the pan. You wouldn't have that problem with gas; and much less with electric coil.I would look into propane if I were you however. It would be an adjustment to have to get fuel delivered, but I'll never go back to electric cooking now that I've used natural gas. I don't know about the cost of propane, but in the summer months we us natural gas for just drying clothing and cooking, and our bill is about $15 a month; with about $13 the basic account fee.
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