He not only had a resurrected soul, but a resurrected body as well. His being bodily hungry would not surprise me, or be a cause for doubt.
One of the tenets of our Christian faith is that at the parousia (the Second Coming of Christ) we will all be bodily resurrected and given new, perfect bodies to go along with our souls, which will be clean and white and pure also. We will all be resurrected just as Christ was, triumphing over death, just as He did. As Paul writes, if this were not so, Christ's dying and being resurrected would have been in vain.
1 Corinthians 15:14 (Amplified Bible)
14And if Christ has not risen, then our preaching is in vain [it amounts to nothing] and your faith is devoid of truth and is fruitless (without effect, empty, imaginary, and unfounded).
1 Corinthians 15:41-43 (Amplified Bible)
41The sun is glorious in one way, the moon is glorious in another way, and the stars are glorious in their own [distinctive] way; for one star differs from and surpasses another in its beauty and brilliance.
42So it is with the resurrection of the dead. [The body] that is sown is perishable and decays, but [the body] that is resurrected is imperishable (immune to decay, immortal).(A)
43It is sown in dishonor and humiliation; it is raised in honor and glory. It is sown in infirmity and weakness; it is resurrected in strength and endued with power.