Added 30g rye kimbles and 20g pumpkin seeds in place of rye flour, also added raisins – my attempt at this bread wasn’t perfect, but it made wicked raisin toast. Found at The Fresh Loaf – recipe is from Bread Matters. http://www.thefreshloaf.com/keyword/100-rye-sourdough
The sourdough fermented for 14 hours at 24C, the paste is mixed and shaped with wet hands and is put directly into a buttered tin.
After 2 hours the loaves were risen by about 25% and bubbles started to show, they were ready for the oven.
The bake: 10 minutes at 240C with steam, then 10 minutes at 225C, then 20 more minutes at 200C.
This bread neads a long rest before cutting, at least 24 hours. In my experience the taste is fully there after 3 days.
The crumb is moist and airy, and the bread has a light tang that gets stronger in time.