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Are us people who can only use electricity to cook destined to have warped pans??

I'm cooking on a Fisher-Paykel electric cook top and every pan I own is warped so there is hot and cool spots on the cooking surface because it does not contact the heating area evenly.

So, I went and bought myself what I thought was a high quality 6qt All-Clad frying pan of the Ltd 2 series, out of the box it sat flush on the glass cook top but after one use of making scrabbled eggs it now wobbles and is clearly warped.

  • the heat was not all the way up. "it was eggs!"
  • i didn't put it in the sink and cool it rapidly



Does this happen to every body? even proffesionals?