Typically, there isn’t much settling or separation with Keto Chow. It may happen more with butter or coconut oil, especially if it was not melted completely before mixing, or if the water you used during mixing was not warm enough. On the other hand, water that is too hot (around 140 degrees Fahrenheit or more) can cause issues with the xanthan gum in particular. We recommend water that is around 100 degree Fahrenheit for best results. If you do notice some separation, just give it a quick shake! That’s it.