Your body will adjust in time.... tho mine occasionally reminds me it is still a little different than a normal digestive tract as you can see from my Chinese Food post!!!
Any pasta dishes are usually ok, soft foods til you adjust. My doctors and enterostomal therapists always told me that if you can imagine dropping the food you are eating into a glass of water and letting it set - IF it dissolves pretty much on it's own, then it is Safe. If it looks the same after a short while, then you should probably avoid it and introduce it slowly in small amounts, ie anything that is hard to digest - raw fruits, veggies, nuts, skins of any type.
Now that being said, there are some people that can eat anything and not have a problem. Rather than take that risk, you should slowly introduce the potentially problematic foods to be sure that you don't run into any problems.
The two most important things are to CHEW and to DRINK!!!!!
Diagnosed with CD in 1979, many resections and meds
Perm Ileostomy July 1984 at Cleveland Clinic
Disease free since surgery