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Slicing some citrus wood

Hello,

Carpentry newbie here.
I have a freshly cut citrus tree (orange). Would like to slice it into "cookies" in order to make something like this:

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I am good at crafting but no relevant experience. How can I dry them the best way and how long will it take? How should I stabilize them, if necessary at all?
Additional tips or relevant links would be highly appreciated :)

Thanks and have a great day,
I.J.
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