Human flesh is not kosher.
We do not fit the criteria for a kosher animal.
A few of these are:
  • We do not have split hooves
  • We do not chew our cud
  • A ritual slaughter must be performed, none such exists for humans
  • the flesh/meat must be prepared in a certain way:
    Soaked for a specified amount of time
    Soaked again

This concept would probably (definitely?) come under the concept of barbaric customs which the Torah directs not to do. Actually, forbids.
Lastly (and this is my disclaimer):
IANAR. And I may have the wrong reasons. But human flesh is not kosher.
Sorry, folks.

In addition to Old Nick's writeup, the next part probably read:

'C: Melicha