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We've used Daiya dairy-free cheese to make pizza and it's pretty close to the real thing. http://us.daiyafoods.com/
I'm assuming the non-dairy requirement is due to something particular to milk products and not because you are vegan. So I'll count egg as non-dairy in this answer. On that basis, mayonnaise or salad cream make a good topping for the potato. Some sharp sauces such as HP sauce, Worcester sauce or hot chili sauce work well too. More regular meat sauces such ...
A dairy-free (tofu-based) sour cream or cream cheese imparts both creamy texture and a bit of tang. They aren't quite as tangy as the "real" versions, but come very close, particularly when mixed with other ingredients such as a potato. The main downside is that it can be somewhat harder to find either of these in a small grocery store. If those aren't ...
Since I've gone (mostly) dairy free, I tend to use salt plus a drizzle of a good olive oil and maybe some herbs. For the you could use a bit of sumac, or za'atar blend (which contains sumac). Another good sour note is tamarind, but I'm not sure how best to get it onto the potato. (you could use worcestershire sauce for the salt & tang, which is a sort ...
you can always try a dairy free cheese which is created through using plant based milks, specifically nut milk based cheeses are very flavoursome.
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