Calorie wise probably not much where the real difference will be in the sodium because raw nuts a trace amount and roasted nuts have good amount of sodium. The rest of the nutritional information should be also similiar if not the same.
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I had a raw nut mix today, probably about 1 ounce, that I mixed together from a the nuts I have on hand. I couldn't find anything that came close to to a raw nut mix in the nutrition count. There is a dry roast mixed nuts. Is there much of a nutrition count difference between the two?
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