I'm thinking on running a campaign in 5e where a shady character is selling, what looks to be, high quality meat for outrageously low prices in a small, slowly rebuilding, town.
I'm making it fairly obvious that the shady meat seller's meat shouldn't be eaten, but there's always the exception to the rule.
Will my players get any sort of negatives from eating the meat if it happens? On the opposite end of that, would there be any benefits outside of what one would get out of normal meat? I'm sure we will have at least one human. Outside of that I'm not 100% sure on races yet. The meat will be human though. Thigh roasts, human blood sausages, so on and so forth.
I've just thought about making the character in question have the possibility of becoming some crazed, cannibalistic, rabid person if they did it too much.. Much like a living zombie with anger problems.