Get a good, heavy coconut (the hairy brown ones) with lots of liquid inside. Wrap it in a sheet of newspaper, put it on a solid surface and hit it hard a few times with a big hammer to make nice pieces (you lose the water this way, but it's very easy!).
Separate the meat from the shell. You can leave the brown skin on. Put it in the blender and cover well with pure water. WHIZZZ the living tar out of it... then scoop the meat into a strainer and press down over a container to extract all the milk. Continue until all meat is pressed, then return the meat to the blender, cover well with pure water and whizzzz again! Press again and mix all the liquid together. Add about 2 T. genuine maple syrup and a pinch of salt, to taste.
YUMMMMMM!!! Makes at least a quart.
I have used the ground coconut in baking, and have also mixed it into my dogs' food -- they love it!