So I finally discovered how much bokashi is too much for a worm bin. I took the lid off today, and what worms have survived are around the edges of the bag (my bin is a suspended bag). Worms have been squeezing through the polyester felt and get stuck and die. The surface is steaming hot, a thermometer at the surface reads (I was going to say 95 but then it went up. I will edit it when it stops) ok it reads 116.1 F now.
It's a massacre.
I'll just put some worms from my plastic bins when it cools down, but for now I have to apologize to the worms.
On the other hand, this gets me thinking - if you are trying to heat up a pile, try mixing in some bokashi. My "pile" is tiny, but it is really cooking. In a large pile it could be great. And it's a fine way to compost all those invasives that can't go in compost. Pickle them first!