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If I were stuck with an electric spiral stove, with no chance of replacing with gas, I would start by making sure I had appropriate pots and pans- the thickest, multilayered stainless/copper/stainless set I could find. At home, I personally use a 5 layer 18/10 steel set from Costco– discontinued, unfortunately, and while Costco provides good quality in general I can’t speak directly to whether the current offerings are as good.
Buying the high quality pots and pans have the dual benefit of providing enough heat diffusion/retention to make a stove like that potentially bearable, along with the fact that you can take it with you when you move. I bought these pans when I had a mediocre stove, and I expect to have them the rest of my life despite heavy use, rough treatment and a dream to have a stove that looks more like this than the spiral electric you describe when I finally buy the forever home.
Secondarily, I would consider buying a flat topped electric stove or an induction stove if the above solution alone doesn’t work. It’ll cost more and be harder to take with you when you move, but if you’ve got cash to burn on a problem like this it will make a difference.