How long have you vermicomposted and what have you learned
I've been vermicomposting about two years now, and have learned (mostly through trial and error), that this is really quite simple after you get a routine going.
Some things I've learned:
I don't tear my cardboard for bedding as small as I once did.
You never have enough cardboard.
I feed every other day; sometimes longer if I forget!
I don't feed some foods to the inside worms, because it's too much work to prepare.
When I go out of town, they don't die.
Over 100 degrees outside doesn't kill them if they're wet and in the shade.
I can use the 18 quart container that works just as well as the 18 gallon.
This is a really fun and interesting hobby that I enjoy sharing with others when they are interested.
I'm sure there's more, but that's all I can think of for now.