Of all of Gwyneth Paltrow's eccentric endeavours, her latest is by far the most affordable - the actress is planning to live on a $29 food budged for a week. This is the allowance of families on the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP).

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Paltrow plans to keep us up to date on the project via Twitter and Goop.

The actress has accepted the #FoodBankNYCChallenge from celebrity chef NYC Food Bank board member Mario Batali, who also challenged Sting and Debbie Harry, Us Weekly noted. The challenge limits people to $1.38 per meal for a week.

Paltrow, who follows heaps of nutritional guidelines - no gluten, no dairy, low carb, etc. - posted a photo of her weekly food haul on Twitter this past Thursday. The shopping list included limes, cilantro, corn, whole grain brown rice and eggs.

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The #FoodBankNYCChallenge is meant to raise awareness about hunger and the struggle to live on a budget of just $29 per person for a week. Participants can use coupons, but they cannot use food that was already in their homes or food given to them by others.

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So can pamper-addict Paltrow do it? We'll find out soon enough, since she seems keen on keeping us fully up-to-date via Twitter.