Oatmeal crumpets

I have apparently not been able to release the factory made yeast just yet, I have made two breads with it in a row now.. I want to do without using this type of yeast but I feel that I have not quite mastered baking with sourdough fully yet. And it doesn't help that I go back to using factory made yeast. I ought instead to bake more with sourdough.

Oatmeal crumpets

50 g yeast
50 g butter
5 tbs honey
1 tsp salt
70 g oatmeal
 360 g wheat flour
300 g sifted rye flour 
200 g milk

Melt the butter and add the milk and heat until lukewarm. measure the oats in a bowl, pour the melted butter and milk mix over it and let the oats swell in a few minutes. Add the crumbled yeast, honey, salt and flour. Work together to form a smooth dough. Prove the dough under a cloth for 30 minutes. Preheat the oven to 225 degrees C. When the dough has proved, turn it out on a floured surface. Divide the dough into bite-sized pieces and roll them into balls. Roll out to 1 cm thick circles. Prick the loaves and let rise for another 30 minutes. Bake for about 8 minutes and let cool on a rack.

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