I have a simple question which may not have a simple answer or answer at all, but if possible I'd love to hear others opinions and advice.
The gist of the question is regarding smaller volume measurements such as tsp and tbsp, and how much such a small amount might affect the end recipe. The ingredients that would be measured would be salt, yeast, sugar, spices, etc.
The reason for my question is that my current digital scale only goes down to 1.0g resolution, and I'm wondering if a volume measurement might not end up being more accurate or at least equally accurate without the hassle of weighing.
One other issue I have is when adjusting recipes that are in bakers percent quite often I end up with an in between weight like 4.5g yeast.
Perhaps the real answer to the question is to get a more accurate scale which I very likely will, but for sake of argument how about those teaspoon/tablespoon volume measurements?