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When you want to carbonate in the keg, you have both options: priming and force carbonation. Priming is much as you would do it in the bottle. Just figure out how much carbonation you already have, how much you want and add the appropriate amount of priming sugar. The downside is that the secondary fermentation initiated by priming can take weeks to achieve ...
You can prime the legs if you want to and some do. Most don't however, since you have a tank of CO2 on hand anyway. Priming also causes a buildup of sediment in the bottom of your keg, which makes it troublesome of you have to move it.
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