Ingredients and Method:
Place 2 cups shredded coconut (any kind) into a blender.
Add 4 cups filtered, very hot water.
With care (as hot liquids in a blender can blow-back when you first start it up), pulse the blender a couple of times, then blend steadily for several minutes.
Strain through a couple of layers of cheesecloth lining a large sieve or colander. Gather up the edges and squeeze out all milk. Place the solids into a bag in the freezer and use to make bliss balls or similar. Pour the milk into a bottle, cool and refrigerate.
I do find that this milk does tend to have some solid bits develop in the fridge - these liquify again when poured into whatever you're using it for. Would be interesting to try adding a little natural emulsifier.
Another easy-to-make dairy free milk.