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Old February 17, 2015, 01:01 AM
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Estar rico Vs Ser rico

El gazpacho es muy rico.
• Gazpacho is very tasty. (in general)

El gazpacho está muy rico.
• The gazpacho is very tasty. (this particular gazpacho that you made tonight)

But I have heard the second form (‘está’) used to describe gazpacho ‘in general’, that it is, in fact, very tasty. Is this incorrect?
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