Cookware for glass top stoves

what brand or type of cookware should be used on a electric glass top stove?  I've read they need to be flat bottomed, stainless steel but nothing I've looked at so far give any indication as to whether they recommend them for glass top stoves.

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Stainless Steel is your best choice. Get flat botttom cookware because your stove eyes will be flat and in order to have even cooking, it should sit flush to the surface.You will notice when frying it will a golden brown color because of the distribution of even heat. Happy cooking.Tongue outWink

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