I think there's an entry for homemade granola in the tracker. I would use that, or a listing for a commercial granola that's relatively higher in calories, if you're just going to eat this one bag. If you plan to go back to the farmer's market and buy the same thing frequently, then I would do what the previous poster suggested.
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Granola tends to be very high in calories I would measure out a cup, count the number of raisins, nuts, etc. After all the add-ins were measured, I would measure the amount of base (usually oats). I would then enter those values into calorieking.com and add them together for an estimate.
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