When you start composting this question always arises: what I can deposit and what not in my vermicomposter? All organic matter decomposes naturally, but for a good compost quickly and without any incidence can follow these tips:

Fruits and vegetables Crude and cooked Plastic No biodegradable
By the When not treated with chemicals Foil No biodegradable
Coffee grounds and tea bags Good for the structure of the compost Glass No biodegradable
Paper and cardboard No color ink

Fish and meat

Death of worms by excess protein
Sheets Dry the excess moisture and damp to water when needed in the compost Milk products Fats are difficult to degrade
Eggshells Very flat, provide calcium Bones, bones and molluscs Are slow to degrade
Pan, galletas, y rice folder Wet accelerate the composting process Cat and dog feces They can smell bad and transmit pathogens
Sawdust, ashes, coconut fiber To structure and regulate the excess moisture Seeds They are very hard consistency and could reisistir the composting process and germinate.

This list is not exhaustive, the best advice is to experiment with different materials to check the rate of disappearance, and deposit remains varied to obtain a humus-rich components. Finally I came to know the tastes and preferences of worms!