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This is why you should always get ceramic tile in your ceramic cookware

A new study from the Consumer Reports has found that the amount of ceramic in ceramic cooktops can have a big impact on the color and taste of food.

The researchers say the amount can be as much as 20% to 30%.

The study, which was conducted by consumer-facing company Ceramics, found that in order to maintain color and texture, ceramic cookers need to be maintained in a color and flavor that are comparable to non-ceramic cookware.

The study analyzed a variety of ceramic cooktop options and found that there was no silver lining to the cost of the material, with a median price tag of $5.29 per unit, compared to a median cost of $8.25 per unit for non-copper cookware and $9.39 per unit of non-silver cookware sources CBS News (CBS News)