I think, in some cases, drying foods can remove some of the fat from them, making them a little lower in calories. But for fruits and veggies, which have very little fat to begin with, it probably doesn't make much of a difference.
sells a variety of dehydrated fruits and veggies and has nutritional info for them on their website. I would imagine your dehydrated veggies would be comparable in nutritional content.
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