Fruits and vegetables contain varying amounts of water. Juicy fruits, such as citrus fruits are about 87% water by weight, or provide about ½ cup in a medium sized fruit. Dried fruits, like raisins may only be 15% water by weight. You can find information for individual fruits and vegetables at the USDA database here.
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