A few weeks ago I was asked if worms would eat uneatable raw eggs? I was quite certain they would but as I had never documented it had to make the physical test to see if worms would indeed feed on raw eggs.
So 2 weeks ago I added raw egg to my worm farm I use for experiments to see how the worms would react. The worms in this particular worm bin are my guinea pigs and get fed all untested materials that I haven't used before and that are not added to the "worm food rating list" yet.
Worms only start feeding on materials that have begun to decompose. So it took them about 3 days before they started to show an interest in the raw egg but when they started to feed on it they didn't stop and a few days ago the egg was completely gone.
Due to the fact that raw eggs if fed in great numbers to a worm bin might cover the whole surface of a worm bin and possibly block the oxygen supply to the worms below I would not feed to many of them to a worm bin at once.
So I regard raw eggs as a moderately good worm food which can be given to them but only in limited quantities.